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Augmented contextual instruction user experience (Object tracking)

Screen captures from the completed object-tracking augmented contextual instruction user experience.  The augmented contextual instruction is made up of a sequence of junaio channels that can be browsed in the junaio AR browser. For this example, the channels were browsed using junaio on an iPad.

Step 1: Remove bracket from caliper
Place the assembled rear brake caliper on the workbench with the retaining bolts facing towards you.
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The first step in disassembling a rear brake caliper is to remove the bracket from the caliper. Use a spanner to loosen the retaining bolts.
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Remove the bracket from the caliper and then place the bracket on the workbench facing towards you.
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The second step in disassembling a rear brake caliper is to inspect and clean the retaining bolts and remove the rubber seal from the bracket.
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Put the bracket to one side. Place the caliper upside down on the workbench with the inlet port facing away from you.
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Insert the air tool into the fluid inlet port of the caliper.
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Turn the caliper over with the cylinder bore facing towards you.
The fourth and final step in disassembling a rear brake caliper is to remove the piston seal from the caliper.
Use a pointed tool to remove the piston seal from the caliper.
Disassembly complete!
You have now completed the final step in disassembling a rear brake caliper. Remember to inspect and clean all parts before reassembly.
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Web page for supplementary material. http://rowanpeter.com/exp/ar/creator/resources/index.html
Supplementary material
Once the bolts have been loosened, you can then use your fingers to remove them. You can check out the How to disassemble a rear brake caliper playlist on YouTube.