Cyber Clean stuck in speaker mesh.
I was recently cleaning the dust out of my iPhone 5 using a product called Cyber Clean http://www.cyberclean.net/cleaning/en/Pr... Well it was removing the dust but some of the cyber clean got stuck in the speaker mesh. Now the clogged speaker mesh is preventing a good amount of the sound from exiting the phone. Sound quality is horrible now and max volume is not max anymore, loudness of sound has decreased. I have tried a sewing needle, tweezers, vacuum but no luck. Apple genius did a free clean but could only do so much. Cost $229 to send to Apple for a clean which I will not do. So how can I remove something that is lodged in the iPhone 5 speaker mesh (compressed air is worthless that will just push in further). If I were to take apart the iPhone just to get to the mesh would Apple be able to detect that I opened the phone. I heard some of the screws are coated with locktite and if the bond is broken the warranty is voided. The Apple genius already opened the phone to do somewhat of a cleaning, so he had to at least break the bond on some locktite screws. The first step to get in the phone is removing the glass screen. How susceptible to breaking is the glass screen when it is being lifted off the case. But do i really need to remove the entire speaker just to get to the mesh. I have found no videos on how to clean the i5 speaker mesh. Any help would be much appreciated.
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