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2.5mm Hex Key
POWER OFF and unplug Muse system for at least 1 hour.
This allows the capacitors to discharge for safe handling of high voltage devices.
Turn your system to allow access to the right side of the machine. We'll be working here so make sure there is plenty of space and a secure location for any screws we remove.
On the outer right panel you'll see four screws on each corner of the removable area in the middle. Unscrew these and secure them for later reinstallation.
You should now be able to slide this panel down and off the machine. Set aside.
The electronics will now be exposed but we will now be going to the inner workspace. The screws actually mounting the power supply to the side are removed from here.
First though, we'll want to remove the shroud. Remove the honeycomb tray(s), and pull the gantry to the front. The rear of the workspace will have a black panel hiding the laser enclosure, that's the shroud. Using the hex key remove the 3 screws from the top of the shroud. Secure these screws to reinstall this later.
Lean the panel forward and pull out, angling to remove it from the workspace. The laser enclosure will now be exposed and the power supply mounting screws accessible.
The mounting is near the tube on the right side of the workspace, where the high voltage cable disappears.
Disconnect the high voltage cable by unscrewing it from the connection point.
Unscrew the 4 mounting screws and keep safe for later reinstallation.
Now you can go back to the right side of the Muse and gently lower the power supply from it's mounted position. Before removing it from the cabinet we will want to disconnect the wires from the unit.
Gently but firmly pull the 3 wires in the power supply's pin connectors out. Now we can angle the power supply out of the cabinet to detach the last wire.
Be careful not to hit any of the circuitry when moving the power supply.
Atop the power supply will be a wire held on with a screw. Simply unscrew the grounding wire to remove.
You can now remove the power supply and its trailing high voltage cable from the cabinet.
Set aside the old power supply and get ready to install the new one.
You'll want to tuck the high voltage cable through the opening in the rear of the cabinet first. Then use the screw to attach the grounding wire to this new unit. Ensure it's firmly seated for proper grounding.
Set the unit inside the cabinet and reseat the wires disconnected earlier. There's a 4, 5, and 3 pin slot- make sure the proper cables go to each.
Now you can remount the power supply. From the right slide the power supply up to it's mounting screw holes. Be careful not to damage circuitry. Insert the 4 mounting screws from the interior into each corner slot and then tighten.
With the power supply now mounted, take the new high voltage cable from the opening into the interior workspace and screw it onto the laser tube's connection.
Reinstall the shroud in the interior workspace, and replace Honeycomb tray(s).
Reinstall the right side panel to shield the electronics.
Now your laser has a new power supply properly mounted.
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