Replacing the belt clip on your Telos Infinity Beltpack

Updated 4 months ago by Johnny Goldsmith

Scope

The belt clip of the Telos Infinity Beltpack can be field replaceable. This document covers the process and parts needed to replace a broken belt clip.

The Damage

As with other portable communication devices, the Telos Infinity Beltpack might suffer damage due to being dropped. One of the more vulnerable breaking points of the beltpack is the belt clip.

If the belt clip breaks after being dropped, you will want to check and make sure the bayonet insert wasn't also damaged.

In the above example, you can see two tabs are broken off from the bayonet, which holds the belt clip assembly in place.

If the bayonet is damaged, it is highly encouraged to send the beltpack to our factory for repair. To remove and replace the bayonet, virtually the entire beltpack has to be disassembled. Do so at your own risk. To request an RA, click here.

If the bayonet is not broken, as shown in the photo below, you can contact customer support and ask for pricing and availability of part # 1711-00130, Telos Infinity Beltclip Assembly.

The Belt Clip

To install the new belt clip onto the beltpack, the tabs on the clip need to line up with the open spaces on each side of the bayonet.

Once the tabs are lined up on each side of the clip correctly, you simply slide the clip toward the front of the unit. You will hear a click sound when it locks in place.

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