Discussion in 'Introductions and Greets' started by leadball, Jun 9, 2004.
Hey! Anybody know how to open the case and change the battery on a 1996 vintage Uwatec Aladin Pro?
Yeah, you have to take the damn thing to the LDS. Sucks. I made the mistake of buying one too.
Or you can send it back to Scuba Pro yourself. Not only will they change the battery but they will run a full diagnostic on your computer.
Oh yeah, Welcome to the board!
Roger on the LDS. I have been using aladin Pros for 14 years. You can change the battery for $3.00 on the old ones if you know where to get them. Someone must know how to do the new ones. Thanks anyway!
i would send it to scubapro,they,ll do a diagnostic check on it too.peace
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hi ...i just got an aladin pro but i cant find a manual 4 it anywhere:shocked2:
do u know where i can find one?
My Aladin Pro is the Oil filled type and I've gotten as far as removing the back.
I pried up the sides to unhook it from the computer. Do it carefully so as to not break it.
Inside the back is the diaphram. Sealed and glue to the back. On one end is a bump that I assume is the battery. One place said that they used mineral oil from the drug store to refill
with. I'm more leaning to 3 in one oil.
The manual is available at the ScubaPro web site.
Check this site out also.
It is really easy process, I did made video with instructions for youtube but I don’t like the quality of the video,so next time I will make good video with instructions and post it on youtube
And yes you can use any mineral oil
Any chance to see your video with the poor quality? interested in seeing how hard the process is.
The process is real easy! Working over a dish to catch any spill, use a small knife pry up one side at a time until the back unclips.
Then pry out the black rubber seal that covers the circuit board. The battery is then exposed. Unclip the circuit board on the side
with the battery and lift it up. Use something non-metalic to brace the circuit board up so as to make it easier to solder.
Unsoldering and soldering the battery is up to your ability. Then return any spilled or removed oil and reverse the process to seal back the
unit. Its not that difficult just take your time.
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