Westclox Snooze Button
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The Snooze button on my Westclox 22651 stopped working because I broke a little pin on the back side of the button. This spacer restores normal function of the button.
Detailed repair pictures on my blog at
For a Westclox 22651 or equivalent:
Open the clock by removing 2 screws on the underside. (One is underneath the backup battery, if so equipped.)
Remove the circuit board carrying the switches by removing 3 screws securing it to the top of the clock.
Inspect the underside of the snooze button and any remnants of the plastic pin.
Replace the pin by putting your 3D-printed spacer onto the middle rib. (No glue should be necessary--the spacer will be held in the gap between the button and the circuit board.)
Replace the circuit board, taking care to slip it under the plastic hooks nearest the face of the clock. Replace the 3 screws and test the snooze button.
- If everything's okay, reassemble the clock and replace the 2 exterior screws.
STEP file is included so you can customize it for a similar repair in a different device, in case your dimensions are different. Try printing one sample un-modified, test it in your device, measure the differences (if any), and adjust the model data.
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