Attach and Release Clicks
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DO NOT FORCE THE CLICKS INTO OR OUT OF THE BASE.
TIP: The feet of new 3D-printed Clicks may have rough edges from the layers of the print. These edges smooth out after the first few insertions/removals making the Clicks easier to insert.
The Clicks are designed to insert easily, lock firmly into place and stay put — UNTIL you deliberately release them.
Practice using the Clicks on the Base once or twice before you attach electronics. You’ll quickly get the hang of it and find it is natural and easy to use.
Notice the feet
Each Click has four feet.
The “Locating Feet” are shaped like little shoes. In this photo, they are on the bottom.
The “Locking Feet” have elliptical springs and look like a pillar with a slit through the middle. Squeeze the locking feet gently to watch how the spring works.
Place the Click
Keep the locking feet (with the springs) on the side toward you.
Tip the Click and insert the locating feet into any two primary holes. Make sure the locating feet are fully seated in the Base.
No pushing or squeezing yet!
Just set the locking feet down on the holes of the Base.
Important: Do not begin squeezing before the locking feet have settled on top of the holes.
If you compress the locking feet too early, the Click will resist insertion.
Lock in Place
USING BOTH HANDS, place your thumbs on the locking feet with your fingers on the locating feet, and gently squeeze together, while pushing down.
Once the locking feet drop down into the holes, release the springs. The Click is firmly seated.
At this point the Click will stay firmly attached to the Base until you deliberately release it.
Release the Click
To release an attached Click, turn the Base so that the locking feet of the Click are closest to you.
USING BOTH HANDS, place your thumbs on the locking feet with your fingers on the locating feet, and gently squeeze while lifting up with your thumbs.
Lift the Click
Once the locking feet are released, you can easily slide the Click back and up towards you.