Introduction

This guide is for the fix it yourself type of guy who doesn't want to pay for new digital frame. This guide also requires soldering for more on how to solder check the link here.

Using the plastic opening tool pry off the clips all around the frame. You will hear a popping sound for every clip Be sure not to pry to hard because you could crack or break the plastic facing of the device. Be sure not to pry to hard because you could crack or break the plastic facing of the device.
  • Using the plastic opening tool pry off the clips all around the frame. You will hear a popping sound for every clip

  • Be sure not to pry to hard because you could crack or break the plastic facing of the device.

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Lift screen out of place so you can access the plugs that connect it.
  • Lift screen out of place so you can access the plugs that connect it.

  • Be careful not to pull the screen to far away when placing to the side, many fragile wires are connected.

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Unplug both plugs for the speakers to the motherboard Unplug both plugs for the speakers to the motherboard
  • Unplug both plugs for the speakers to the motherboard

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Use plastic opening tool to pull out one of the speakers. Then use your hand to take out the other speaker
  • Use plastic opening tool to pull out one of the speakers.

  • Then use your hand to take out the other speaker

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Disconnect the wires off of the old speakers and solder the old wires onto the new speakers.
  • Disconnect the wires off of the old speakers and solder the old wires onto the new speakers.

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Conclusion

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

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