Introduction

This guide will demonstrate how to properly replace the nose spring for the Hatchimal Draggle. The nose spring can be accessed by first removing the wings and fur .

lay the Hatchimal on its side.
  • lay the Hatchimal on its side.

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Using the plastic opening tool, push in on the purple clip.
  • Using the plastic opening tool, push in on the purple clip.

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  • Pull the wing off of the hatchimal.

  • The wing should come off with little resistance.

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  • Cut the fur retaining zip-tie with a pair of scissors.

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  • Lift the fur up until it can't go further.

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  • Use the spudger tool to push up on the black clip to free it.

  • Pull the clip out.

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  • Lift fur up to reveal the next set of clips.

  • Insert a spudger to push up on the black clip to free it.

  • Pull out the clip.

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  • Lift the fur up and over the Hatchimals Head.

  • Remove the six 12mm Phillips #00 screws from then body.

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  • Pull the casing apart.

  • Remove the yellow speaker cable.

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  • Remove the three 7mm Phillips #00 screws from the head.

  • Remove the wheel base and the circuit board carefully not to damage the spring.

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  • Push the six black fur clips out using the spudger.

  • Remove the fur completely.

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  • Using the angled tweezers tool, disconnect the spring that is attached to the nose from the lever.

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  • Separate the body casing from the core and circuit board.

  • Don't damage the small wire connected from the top of the head to the circuit board.

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  • Remove a single 7mm Phillips #00 screw from the break.

  • Remove the spring.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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