● Cross Screwdriver
● M2.5 Hex Wrench
● M4.0 Hex Wrench
Situation One: If there is no water or alcohol in the work bucket, proceed to step 2.
Situation two: If there is water or alcohol in the work bucket, connect the machine to the power supply and turn it on. First, observe the clear water tank and detergent tank on both sides of the machine to determine which tank has a significantly reduced liquid level, thus identifying the type of liquid in the work bucket.
①If you determine that the liquid in the work bucket is water, press and hold the "CANCEL" button for 3 seconds to drain the water from tube 4.
②If you determine that the liquid in the work bucket is alcohol, use the detergent tank to catch tube 4, then press and hold the "CANCEL" button for 3 seconds to drain the alcohol from tube 4.
(Please note that under normal circumstances, tube 4 is connected to the wastewater Bucket. This operation can save the use of alcohol.)
Before proceeding with the following steps, be sure to turn off the machine and unplug the power cord to ensure your safety.
First, use one hand to press the safety valve on the quick connector, then use the other hand to remove the water pipe from the connector. You can follow the same method to remove all four water pipes.
①Place the machine down with the side that has the "ANYCUBIC" logo facing up. (Please note that when the machine is laid down, there may be a small amount of water leaking from the drainage port on the bottom. You can place a cloth under the bottom in advance to prevent this.)
②Use an M2.5 hex wrench to unscrew the 8 screws that secure the bottom shell of the machine.
③Use an M4.0 hex wrench to unscrew the 4 screws that secure the bottom shell of the machine.
⑤Remove the bottom shell of the machine and set it aside.
Please refer to the diagram below:
①Pull out the cable at the position of the liquid level sensor.
②Use a "cross" screwdriver to unscrew the screw that secures the liquid level sensor, and then remove the liquid level sensor.
①Take out the new liquid level sensor and attach the provided conductive adhesive tape to the top end of the solder pad on the back of the liquid level sensor, ensuring a flat and even attachment.
②Connect the cable to the sensor.
③Place the liquid level sensor with the connected cable into the corresponding groove position.
④Use a "cross" screwdriver to tighten the screw on the liquid level sensor to secure it.
①Attach the bottom shell of the machine to the machine. If the bottom shell cannot be snapped into place, try rotating it in another direction or refer to the diagram for Assemblyation.
②Use an M4.0 hex wrench to tighten the 4 screws that secure the bottom shell of the machine.
③Use an M2.5 hex wrench to tighten the 8 screws that secure the bottom shell of the machine.
④Place the machine back in an upright position.
Insert the water pipes directly into the corresponding interfaces in the marked order, ensuring a secure connection that won't loosen or come off.
The aforementioned steps encompass the entire process of replacing the liquid level sensor. If these steps do not resolve your issue or if you encounter any other problems during future usage, we strongly advise you to create an after-sales tickets. This will allow you to provide feedback to our after-sales engineer regarding the previous inspection process and its outcomes. The after-sales engineers will assist you in finding a solution to the problem.(Reply time :1 working day)
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