Dismantling of the Remote Control

About: I'm a fashion design (university) student. I like interesting experiences.

All I need is to remove this remote control and see what I can do.

Supplies:

A FLAT SCREWDRIVER

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Step 1: REMOTE CONTROL'S ANALYSIS

THE REMOTE CONTROL IS NOT BROKEN. IT IS IN WORKING CONDITION.

Step 2: REAR APPEARANCE OF THE REMOTE CONTROL

Step 3: REMOVE THE COVERS

FIRST, I REMOVED THE LOWER COMPARTMENT COVER AND THE REAR COVER TO SEE THE REMOTE CONTROL'S INTERNAL MECHANISM AND HOW IT WORKS.

Step 4: 5 PARTS


I saw the battery socket and two opposing conductive springs. Then I pulled the front side of the RC and the mechanism inside apart with the help of a flat screwdriver.
With the keys that are called button contact and the printed circuit board, there are 5 parts in total that make up the RC.

Step 5: BATTERY SOCKET

Step 6: BUTTON CONTACT & PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD

Step 7:

There are LED lights and microchip on the front side of the printed circuit board.

Step 8:

ON THE BACK SIDE THERE IS A CAPACITOR.

Step 9:

REVIEW
As a conclusion;
Firstly, it was an enjoyable activity and experience for me. I did not have any difficulty with disassembly in general, yet my curiosity and interest have increased. During this practice, I learned the names and function of many components that I never knew of.

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    dineshsurisetti

    6 weeks ago on Step 2

    Very Nice, it's always fun dissembling things and looking inside, finding out new things in there to learn.

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    Bilge Ceritdineshsurisetti

    Reply 5 weeks ago

    Exactly dudy, I had so fun and I learned many things while doing that. 👌