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v1.4.1

Major VersionM

by Adalyn Ordono

Introduction

In this guide you will learn how to replace the ingoing drive belt in the Palette 3/3 Pro.

Video Overview

  1. Remove the screen cover by lifting the snap-fit sides. First remove the top side. Then the bottom side will easily come off. There are six snap-fits holding it in place.
    • Remove the screen cover by lifting the snap-fit sides.

    • First remove the top side. Then the bottom side will easily come off.

    • There are six snap-fits holding it in place.

    • Remove the bottom acrylic ingoing drive cover.

    • Undo the two thumbscrews to remove cover.

    • Check for belt damage by manually rotating the ingoing drive gear.

    • Rotate the drive gear while looking at the belt for visual damage.

  2. Using the provided Torx screwdriver, remove the 4 screws on each corner of the substructure. Remove the IO plate cover from the unit, by pulling the tab on the Ethernet port. The IO plate cover is snap-fit to the unit and can be placed back easily.
    • Using the provided Torx screwdriver, remove the 4 screws on each corner of the substructure.

    • Remove the IO plate cover from the unit, by pulling the tab on the Ethernet port. The IO plate cover is snap-fit to the unit and can be placed back easily.

    • Gently lift and remove the substructure from the bottom casing.

  3. Flip substructure so that the screen is on the bottom, and the electronics are facing up. Using the torx screwdriver provided, undo CAM bracket screws.
    • Flip substructure so that the screen is on the bottom, and the electronics are facing up. Using the torx screwdriver provided, undo CAM bracket screws.

    • Black screws will release the bracket.

    • Silver screws will release the CAM from the bracket.

  4. Disconnect the ingoing wire motor connector. Pull on the connector to disconnect it from the motor.
    • Disconnect the ingoing wire motor connector.

    • Pull on the connector to disconnect it from the motor.

    • Flip the unit over and undo the two screws keeping the motor in place.

    • With the screws undone the motor will become released. Hold the motor when flipping the substructure.

  5. Remove the bottom acrylic cover holding the ingoing drive in place.
    • Remove the bottom acrylic cover holding the ingoing drive in place.

    • Remove the two screws holding the right end of the ingoing drive. This will provide more slack to install the new belt.

    • The CAM assembly below will release - there is a large follower piece, small cap and spring.

  6. Once the belt is around the ingoing drive sprocket, the ingoing motor can be reinstalled. Flip the unit upside for these next set of steps. Insert the motor sprocket into the belt. Align the motor's body into place. Make sure the connector is facing the side with the fan.
    • Once the belt is around the ingoing drive sprocket, the ingoing motor can be reinstalled. Flip the unit upside for these next set of steps.

    • Insert the motor sprocket into the belt. Align the motor's body into place.

    • Make sure the connector is facing the side with the fan.

  7. Once the ingoing belt is around both the ingoing drive sprocket and motor sprocket , the screws for the motor can be secured back into place. The belt should now be taut.
    • Once the ingoing belt is around both the ingoing drive sprocket and motor sprocket , the screws for the motor can be secured back into place. The belt should now be taut.

  8. Flip the unit over again to begin reassembling the CAM caps. The follower cap has two notches on its bottom side, these notches sit on top of the bearing. Next, place the spring in the middle.
    • Flip the unit over again to begin reassembling the CAM caps.

    • The follower cap has two notches on its bottom side, these notches sit on top of the bearing.

    • Next, place the spring in the middle.

    • Place spring cap on top.

  9. Support the re-assembled CAM caps with your hand to hold it in place. Insert the long screws from above and tighten to secure the CAM assembly from the last step.
    • Support the re-assembled CAM caps with your hand to hold it in place.

    • Insert the long screws from above and tighten to secure the CAM assembly from the last step.

  10. Flip the unit back to face the bottom. Reassemble bracket, putting black screws back on diagonals half tightened. Once the screws are half tightened, you should see a small acrylic end from the two CAM caps, and two holes on the bracket. Gently position and push the bracket over these acrylic ends, before re-inserting the remaining silver screws to hold them in place.
    • Flip the unit back to face the bottom. Reassemble bracket, putting black screws back on diagonals half tightened.

    • Once the screws are half tightened, you should see a small acrylic end from the two CAM caps, and two holes on the bracket. Gently position and push the bracket over these acrylic ends, before re-inserting the remaining silver screws to hold them in place.

    • Proceed with returning the substructure to the bottom casing by replacing the four screws on each corner, and then place back the IO board and screen covers.

Conclusion

If you have any additional questions, please send us a message at support@mosaicmfg.com

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3 Comments

very easy, and quick!

ajfh@sapo.pt - Reply

Hello, where can I buy the Ingoing drive belt?

I can not find this on your website.

Thomas - Reply

Hi Thomas! Please send us an email at support@mosaicmfg.com with your mailing address and we can send you a link to purchase a new one.

Hana -

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