ORB Assembly Guide
This diagram shows all the parts of the ORB Assembly and the corresponding number of each part. To avoid any misunderstanding, please refer to these names and numbers when discussing the Orb assembly with your consultant.
The QEnergySpa is a precise and fragile electronic piece of equipment.
It is similar in fragility to a computer. Because of its unique assembly, it is wise to assemble or disassemble in bright light. This will allow you to view the preciseness of each and every part prior to use.
It Helps To Be…
Careful. The care you take in the assembly or disassembly of these delicate precision instruments will preserve them for the years to come. All acrylic parts: Orb and on the cable and mohawk (part of the cable). Once you understand how fragile and precise the acrylic parts are, you will appreciate your patience spent on taking care of your QEnergySpa. It is also extremely important to assemble and disassemble DRY components. It’s easy to slip and mishandle the wet parts. They break easily. They are precise and made to fit perfectly.
Prior to Orb assembly or disassembly:
Visually inspect each part in bright light. Look for cracks or any broken pieces on all acrylic and metal parts. Check the cable to be sure that it has no cracks, cuts, or crimps. Check for any abrasion on the cable. Be sure to completely disassemble the orb shell. This includes removing the buttons in each orb shell. The buttons, (the metal disc with rod) sometimes comes apart. This can disrupt the conductivity, too.
ORB Assembly Guide Components:
- Bottom Orb Shell (Base)
- Bottom Button (Bottom Ring Assembly)
- Positive Ring (Sharp Edge facing UP)
- Positive Track
- Center Module (Copper & two Rings)
- Positive Ring (Sharp Edge facing DOWN)
- Top Button (Top Ring Assembly)
- Top Orb Shell
- Cable Connector (Mohawk)
- Locking clip
ORB Assembly Guide Step-by-step
Each step is noted here. Please see below for a step-by-step larger view.
Step 1a. Begin with the Bottom Shell (Orb Base)
Begin the Assembly by taking the Bottom Orb Shell (#1).
Take note of the brass post recess as shown here.
Step 1b. Insert the first Ring with Brass Post.
Press the Bottom Button (#2) into the Bottom Orb Shell
with the Brass Post pointing down to fit into the recess.
Step 2. Inserting the 2nd Ring.
Place one Positive Ring (#3) into the Orb Shell.
For optimal performance please ensure that the
less-rounded edge of the Positive Ring faces up.
Step 3. Inserting the Positive Track.
Place the Positive Track (#4) into the Orb
Shell, resting on (A) the Positive Ring
and (B) the indent on the Orb Shell.
Step 4. Inserting the Center Module.
Fit the Center Module (#5) into the Orb Shell between the
Positive Track arms as shown, (B) ensuring that the Negative
Track (A) is directly opposite the Positive Track. The Center
Module (#5) should rest on the Bottom Button (#2) and be level within the Orb Shell.
Step 5. Inserting the 2nd Positive Ring.
Place the remaining Positive Ring (#6) into the
Orb resting on top of the Positive Track (#4) as shown (A).
For optimal performance please ensure that the
less-rounded edge of the Positive Ring faces down.
Take the Top Orb Shell (#8)
and locate the hole in the top.
Step 6b. Inserting the Top Button.
Insert the Top Button (#7) into the Top Orb Shell so that
the Brass Post protrudes through the hole. Gently rotate
it so that it goes in smoothly. It should hold in firmly.
Step 7a. Fitting the Top Orb Shell.
Align the arrows (A) on the rear of the Orb Shell.
When placed correctly, the Tab on the rear of the
Bottom Orb Shell (B) will match up with the Hole (B)
on the rear of the Top Orb Shell.
Step 7b. Closing the Top Orb Shell.
Close the Top and Bottom Orb shells as if hinged at the back.
The small indent in the Top Shell (C) will align with the
Positive Track Eyelet (#4).
Step 8a. Locate Guide Slots.
Locate the Guide Slots
and the Top Slot in the Orb.
Step 8b. Fitting the Cable Connector.
Slide the tip of the Cable Connector (#9) into the Top Slot of the Orb.
Align the Guide Pins with the Guide Slots in the Orb and push the
Cable Connector firmly against the Orb.
Step 9. Locking the Cable Connector in place.
Ensure that there is no gap between the Orb
and the Cable Connector. Whilst holding the
Cable Connector firmly against the Orb, slide
the Locking Clip (#10) upward fastening the
Cable Connector to the Orb.
Step 10. Locking the Cable Connector in place.
Ensure the Locking Clip clicks
over the top of the Locking Pins
on the Cable Connector.
Your Orb is now complete.
Your Orb is now complete and ready
to begin a Q ENERGYspa session.
ORB Assembly Tip: Remember to never use force, and if in doubt, please call me.
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