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Introduction

The speakerphone is used to talk hands-free on the phone. This guide will help you replace it if it on your ATT CL2940.

You will need to solder to complete this guide. If you are not familiar, check out this article for an introduction.

  1. Remove five 9.5 mm Phillips #1 screws from the back panel of the phone. Remove five 9.5 mm Phillips #1 screws from the back panel of the phone. Remove five 9.5 mm Phillips #1 screws from the back panel of the phone.
    • Remove five 9.5 mm Phillips #1 screws from the back panel of the phone.

  2. Slide the metal spudger into the crack and continue around to the front panel of the phone. Be careful not to break the clips that hold the back panel to the front panel. Be careful not to break the clips that hold the back panel to the front panel.
    • Slide the metal spudger into the crack and continue around to the front panel of the phone.

    • Be careful not to break the clips that hold the back panel to the front panel.

  3. When setting the back panel down, be careful to not rip any of the wires off of the internal components.
    • When setting the back panel down, be careful to not rip any of the wires off of the internal components.

  4. Remove the front panel as shown. Remove the front panel as shown.
    • Remove the front panel as shown.

  5. Desolder the speakerphone with a soldering iron. If you are unfamiliar with solder, check out the article on soldering and be very careful. The iron is hot! If you are unfamiliar with solder, check out the article on soldering and be very careful. The iron is hot!
    • Desolder the speakerphone with a soldering iron.

    • If you are unfamiliar with solder, check out the article on soldering and be very careful. The iron is hot!

  6. Use the soldering iron to reconnect the wires to the new speaker. Place the new speaker back in place.
    • Use the soldering iron to reconnect the wires to the new speaker.

    • Place the new speaker back in place.

    • Make sure that all of the components are back in place.

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Why do all these repairs require NO PARTS to replace defective parts?

And, of course< there is no links to a place to purchase the needed parts...

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