Introduction

During this guide you will need some solder skills to repair the product. If you don't have any experiences in soldering we will try to guide you through these steps. Make sure you have all the tools that's needed to desolder en solder. Be aware of the fumes, do this in a well ventilated room!

Image 1/3: The screws are located quite deep, make sure you have a long screwdriver to be able to reach the screws. Image 2/3: Be aware of the plastic threads, using too much force can tear this up. Image 3/3: Be aware of the plastic threads, using too much force can tear this up.
  • Unscrew the four Philips screws on the backside of the docking system

  • The screws are located quite deep, make sure you have a long screwdriver to be able to reach the screws.

  • Be aware of the plastic threads, using too much force can tear this up.

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Image 1/1: The dock connector is slid in two parts on the top of the system, make sure you slide the two housing parts in this line of direction.
  • Separate the housing in two parts

  • The dock connector is slid in two parts on the top of the system, make sure you slide the two housing parts in this line of direction.

  • The two parts are glued on the sides of the speakers, use some force to seperate the two housing parts.

  • Note that the internal parts are still connected to each other, don't pull the housing parts to far from each other.

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  • Slide the dock connector out of the housing part

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  • Unscrew the three screws to remove the T-shaped circuit board holder

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  • Remove the T-shaped circuit board holder.

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Image 1/1: Note that the circuit board is still connected to another circuit board with a cable.
  • Remove the circuit board from the housing part

  • Note that the circuit board is still connected to another circuit board with a cable.

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Image 1/1: The connectors are quite tight connected, hold the other circuit board to prevent it from breaking while disconnecting the 5-pin connector.
  • Disconnect the 5-pin connector between the two circuit boards.

  • The connectors are quite tight connected, hold the other circuit board to prevent it from breaking while disconnecting the 5-pin connector.

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Image 1/2: Take a picture with your phone, it's easier to look it up than recalling your memory Image 2/2: Take a picture with your phone, it's easier to look it up than recalling your memory
  • Look how the cables are oriented

  • Take a picture with your phone, it's easier to look it up than recalling your memory

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  • Trigger the desoldering pump before heating the solder.

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Image 1/1: If you don't want to damage your workspace, it's probably handy to place something underneath.
  • Heat up the solder

  • If you don't want to damage your workspace, it's probably handy to place something underneath.

  • The circuit board will getting hot, to make it more stable you can clamp it in a vise or alligator clips.

  • The heated solder tend to fume, do not inhale this! Do this in a well ventilated room.

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Image 1/2: Push the button on the desoldering pump to suck the solder. Image 2/2: Solder will solidify fast, so you need to act fast.
  • If the solder becomes fluid, keep the desoldering pump near the solder.

  • Push the button on the desoldering pump to suck the solder.

  • Solder will solidify fast, so you need to act fast.

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  • Strip the cables with a wire stripper

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Image 1/2: Heat up the contactpoint on the circuitboard Image 2/2: If the contactpoint is hot enough, you can add a little bit solder
  • Check if the cable is in the right position

  • Heat up the contactpoint on the circuitboard

  • If the contactpoint is hot enough, you can add a little bit solder

  • Reminder: Don't inhale the fumes.

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Conclusion

Om het apparaat weer te monteren, volg je deze instructies in omgekeerde volgorde vanaf stap 7.

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