Festool Kapex 120 EB assembly part 5 – Sawblade Cover fin.

okay so I checked everything twice for fit it looks like the new plastics have some springiness in them so let's just put them together it should be fine we use one two three four five plastic Torx screws to hold the car in place did those are the 20 millimeter screws here comes a 25 millimeter together with the vacuum attach attachment and here comes the m5 ah let's not forget this one too let's put in the air extraction here a 25 millimeter long screw goes in the rest of time our 20 millimeters nice and tight now we can tighten this 1 2 to the 4 okay so the top is done we need to insert one more thing and is the bottom dust extraction unique do we need to insert these inside dust extraction piece unfortunately a spring goes in here like this but a different one and that one I don't have so I have to order it and put it in later luckily this part is very easy to assemble and disassemble this spring needs to go somewhere like here and catch the latch from the inside of the of the sole but I can do that anytime later so it's no problem so goes this part okay so you'll just push it in to go through the latch and here it comes another part still we need to cover those nuts from dust so that's desert this window here just push it in now secure it with the screw this hole here is for a screw to secure the flat window we just put on interestingly enough the original Festo screw which comes with it is a phillips i would like to have all the screws the same so i will use these leftover torques instead it's about one millimeter longer it shouldn't be a problem you will see even looks nicer sub to look okay so the window now cannot move it's secure great okay so let's connect the motor and electronics one good idea before you disassemble it take a picture I did but luckily or unluckily enough I'm assembling it for the second or third time already one rule of thumb these are shaped connectors always go to the brushes and the straight ones go to the stutter before we proceed this long blue one needs to connect to the stutter I love it if you can see that but there is a connector down there and from the other side goes out the brown one so it goes the old one needs to go to this side of the store and the gray bar to the other side the brushes are secured with these small little screws I think those are 10 millimeter long three and a half millimeter wide screws you view it on one to get the brushes airborne okay so now the brown character goes to the front side brush like this this long white connector which goes from the switch goes here like this I'm sure those two are interchangeable but whatever let's put them in the way they wear and this red one goes here this black cable goes to back where is the rpm sensor probably optical or some kind of hole sensor it doesn't even matter so I plug it in and this little red dude is the temperature sensor now I know there's still some residue of thermal paste which is inside this hole so it goes in there like this in the red connector and we plug it in firmly this hole so from these two sensors the signal goes to the microprocessor which then prevents the motor from overheating or getting behind its RPM threshold etc pretty clever

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