Introduction

Does your speakers bluetooth not seem to be connecting or dropping connections? The bluetooth board could be the cause.

Using your hands, remove the pegs (4+4) from the front and back of the speaker.
  • Using your hands, remove the pegs (4+4) from the front and back of the speaker.

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Remove the outer black rubber housing of the speaker.
  • Remove the outer black rubber housing of the speaker.

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Remove the inner blue rubber housing from the speaker.
  • Remove the inner blue rubber housing from the speaker.

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Black Friday
Broken doesn't stand a chance.
Pull out the two black wire meshes using a metal spudger.
  • Pull out the two black wire meshes using a metal spudger.

  • Be careful not to damage the metal casing.

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Using tweezers remove the rubber stoppers (4 at the back + 2 at the front). Using tweezers remove the rubber stoppers (4 at the back + 2 at the front).
  • Using tweezers remove the rubber stoppers (4 at the back + 2 at the front).

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Using the size PH1 screwdriver remove the screws exposed from the rubber stoppers (4 + 2).
  • Using the size PH1 screwdriver remove the screws exposed from the rubber stoppers (4 + 2).

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Pull the case apart and you will be able to see all the components inside the speaker.
  • Pull the case apart and you will be able to see all the components inside the speaker.

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Now that the case is open look for the small green (NFC) chip on the inside of the case next to the motherboard.
  • Now that the case is open look for the small green (NFC) chip on the inside of the case next to the motherboard.

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Disconnect the Bluetooth (NFC) chip from the motherboard.
  • Disconnect the Bluetooth (NFC) chip from the motherboard.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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