This electric sharpener works with electricity directly plugged in. It seemed fairly simple at the beginning. I was not expecting that many pieces and screws. I could not open the battery, I guess they are glued together.
- Separate all the pieces that do not need unscrewing.
- You have the pencil sharpener, the trash box and the wall charger.
- After separating all the pieces I took out the first 4 screws.
- The plastic parts where set aside and kept working on disarming the main engine.
- Remove the entire engine and pencil sharpener mechanical parts from its plastic container.
- At this point the sharpener still worked when plugged in.
- Remove the next 4 screws and separate the engine from its main structure.
- Inside their where 3 gears that moved consequently from the mains engine gear.
- Then I proceeded to remove the engine.
- Once the engine was removed, I separated all the gears, screws and plastic parts attached to it.
- Then I removed the pencil sharpener from the main cabin.
- Finally I got to the main engine. Took it apart until I could not anymore.
- It seemed fairly simple, coil and two magnets inside that made the main axis rotate when plugged in.
- Once completely separated it was time to put it back together, which I did and it was a lot of fun too.