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Did you follow this [guide|19239|guide] exactly?
 
There is really no reason for there to be any impact on the speaker. So here are some things to check:
 
* If you pried the battery (instead of the pull tabs), double check the dock connector and the surrounding passive components (they are tiny, use magnification). You may have dislodged some components or damaged the connector. Should this be the case, it will require a micro-soldering repair and is not DIY.
* Also check the contact points under the speaker and on the Dock flex. Clean them with IPA (alcohol)alcohol).
* If you pried the battery (instead of the pull tabs), double check the dock connector and the surrounding passive components (they are tiny, use magnification). You may have dislodged some components or damaged the connector. Should this be the case, it will require a micro-soldering repair and is not DIY.
* Also check the contact points under the speaker and on the Dock flex. Clean them with IPA (alcohol)alcohol).

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Original post by: Minho ,

Text:

Did you follow this [guide|19239|guide] exactly?

There is really no reason for there to be any impact on the speaker. So here are some things to check:

* If you pried the battery (instead of the pull tabs), double check the dock connector and the surrounding passive components (they are tiny, use magnification). You may have dislodged some components or damaged the connector.
* Also check the contact points under the speaker and on the Dock flex. Clean them with IPA (alcohol)

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