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Hi I need to know where two small metal components go for the Polar F11 heart rate monitor. I've taken it apart to fix screen and a small metal plate and spring have become dislodged from the battery casing. I'm confident I can put it back together but just need to know where to place these 2 small components. Thanks.

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How do they look like?

Posted on Jun 01, 2010

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  • mike_pric236 Jun 01, 2010

    One is a small 5mm metal spring. I think this goes in a cylinder shapped hole on the battery casing as it matches with a circular copper shapped part on the board. I think it just needs to make a connection with that part ont he board.



    The other is a horizontal 7mm metal plate. It has a a tiny clip on one side and bends slightly inwards at either ends. I think this attaches on the same side of the battery case as the spring but at the other end (the bottom end). I can see a slot where the clip part could fit into but I can't be sure....



    Thanks.

  • mike_pric236 Jun 01, 2010

    I have now fixed this and put the watch back together. All appears to be working just fine. My thinking on where the two pieces go was correct. The spring was easy but the plate just needed some fiddling around to get it to fit correctly. But a good result in the the end. If anyone ever finds themself in this position and wants help based on my experience just let me know.



    Thanks.

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    ianedward493 May 10, 2012

    Hey i need help with that 7mm piece which way does it fit in?

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