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Exalted disassembly? 4 weeks 14 hours ago #84981

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Hey I'm new here, i have a Champion Exalted lightsaber, which I am currently customising, so far i have got rid of the weathered effect, polished it up & added a D-ring. i'd like to upgrade the board at some point maybe to the sabercore 3.0 when available.

i was wondering if anyone knows how to get it apart, so far i got the pommel off and somehow broken the speaker in the process but I digress... the battery and board don't seem to want to come out the bottom, is there another part i should be opening? i'm new at this sort of thing. any advice and knowledge would be much appreciated.

Thanks in advance!
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Exalted disassembly? 4 weeks 12 hours ago #84989

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Of course warranty will be void but there are two things you're dealing with; glue and wires. The led is screwed in and the power button is as well, I think. Heat will loosen the glue but it still needs raw strength. Keep in mind, if you don't gut it first, you'll probably ruin the board.
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Exalted disassembly? 3 weeks 3 days ago #85286

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Thanks for the reply, not worried about warranty i have had it like 2 years now, okay so i need to gut it before i use heat, good to know. I don't think i will mess too much until i can buy the new bored anyways, any idea where exactly the joins are? I'm assuming there is one in the middle either above or bellow the switch.

Thanks again.
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Exalted disassembly? 3 weeks 3 days ago #85293

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Use the saberparts.com site and you'll see where the parts join. Also, the emitter is two parts
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