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How to take apart Philips RC 4301 remote control. Something rattles inside!

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I have had the same problem, "something rattles inside the RC".
I removed batteries and 2 little srews on both ends of the battery case.
The RC case consists of 2 (upper and lower) plastic parts that are combined by 5 snap in connectors on each side. If you really want to open, you need a small kitchen nife or something. The ratteling part in the RC was a very important technical component: On both ends of the bottom part of the case Philips placed these important components, may be to make the RC more valuable in the mind of the user: a massive metal block, so that the RC feels better in hand than one made from plastics. A scew which fixes this valuable part was broken out of the plastic case...

Posted on Sep 01, 2012

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