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Changement Des Piles Et Réparation Du Plip De Centralisation


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Il faut 3 piles bouton de taille 11,6mm X 3mm (ou 3,05) de tension 1,5V (1,55). Suivant les marques, les références peuvent être : LR54 / LR1130 / 189 / L1131 / KA54 / V10GA

Il faut également un petit tournevis plat.

Dévisser la petite vis sur le côté du plip et retirez là.
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Soulevez le couvercle.
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Placez les nouvelles piles en prenant garde à la polarité.
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Refermez! Vous pouvez vérifier son fonctionnement avec une webcam ou un appareil photo, par contre vous ne verrez rien à l'œil nu :ph34r:
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Si ça ne fonctionne pas, soulevez à nouveau le couvercle, et retirez la vis située entre le condensateur et les piles.
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Retirez la plaquette électronique.
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Vue d'ensemble du plip (démonté), et du récepteur. Pour sortir le récepteur il suffit de tirer dessus et de le débrancher. Le numéro noté sur l'étiquette du plip et du récepteur doivent être identique!
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Le récepteur dans l'autre sens. J'ai renoncé à sortir la plaquette électronique.
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Vérifiez à présent toutes les soudures, dans notre cas, celles de la DEL infra-rouge étaient cassées.
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La soudure est réparée mais ce n'est pas très propre, mon fer n'est pas vraiment adapté pour les travaux minutieux.
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On replace les piles et ... suspense...
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Ouf, maintenant ça marche.
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Il ne reste plus qu'à tout remonter.

En espérant que ça puisse servir un jour, car ce n'est ni courant, ni compliqué :nosweat:

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