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Repair and disassembly information for the first generation of Apple's high-end wireless earbuds. Released in October 2019. Identified by model numbers A2084 (left earbud), A2083 (right earbud), and A2190 (charging case).

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Air Pods Pro Tear Down

Is the bottom cap connected with a wire harness that I may have broken?

I removed the bottom cap as shown in the illustration prepared to find dirt I might clean to repair the speaker after my pod was buried in the mud and the speaking microphone stopped working well.

I completely separated the bottom from the assembly and I used the pod after reassembly in hopes the speaker recovered but it did not.

Unfortunently now it wont connect to phone or computer. (No white light ever appears on case when trying to connect either)

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The bottom cap is the connector to the Case. In order to charge to AirPods, the two metal plates touch the two metal bars inside the AirPods Case. So, that must have come disconnected from the main board.

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