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Current version by: NGUYEN Anh ,

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Hi,
Dissemble the JBL Charge 3 is relatively similar to the Xtreme and also by follow Youtube (just search keyword 'Charge 3 Dissemble')
To get the battery out, you have to take out the right side radiator:
- Notice there is two plastic latches, you need to lift both up using some small metal part as the leverages
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- While both latches are up and hold the speakers, trying to turn the radiator anti-clockwise
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- This can be hard as first but no worry and there is no cable connect to the radiator
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- As you turn about 1.5cm (or can not turn further), just take out the radiator cap
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- Take out the cable connect to the battery
-Note: no need to take out the speaker part.
+Note: no need to take out the speaker apart.
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Edit by: NGUYEN Anh ,

Text:

Hi,
Dissemble the JBL Charge 3 is relatively similar to the Xtreme and also by follow Youtube (just search keyword 'Charge 3 Dissemble')
To get the battery out, you have to take out the right side radiator:
- Notice there is two plastic latches, you need to lift both up using some small metal part as the leverages
-
-[https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B5CLmEgNHQ__X0E1WHZtX1d0WnM]
-
+[image|1197481]
- While both latches are up and hold the speakers, trying to turn the radiator anti-clockwise
-
- This can be hard as first but no worry and there is no cable connect to the radiator
-
- As you turn about 1.5cm (or can not turn further), just take out the radiator cap
-
-[https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B5CLmEgNHQ__dlFOYzQxSHZlbnc]
-
+[image|1197482]
- Take out the cable connect to the battery
Note: no need to take out the speaker part.
+
+[image|1197483]
+[image|1197478]
+[image|1197479]
+[image|1197480]

Status:

open

Original post by: NGUYEN Anh ,

Text:

Hi,

Dissemble the JBL Charge 3 is relatively similar to the Xtreme and also by follow Youtube (just search keyword 'Charge 3 Dissemble')

To get the battery out, you have to take out the right side radiator:

- Notice there is two plastic latches, you need to lift both up using some small metal part as the leverages

[https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B5CLmEgNHQ__X0E1WHZtX1d0WnM]

- While both latches are up and hold the speakers, trying to turn the radiator anti-clockwise

- This can be hard as first but no worry and there is no cable connect to the radiator

- As you turn about 1.5cm (or can not turn further), just take out the radiator cap

[https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B5CLmEgNHQ__dlFOYzQxSHZlbnc]

- Take out the cable connect to the battery

Note: no need to take out the speaker part.

Status:

open