Introduction

The battery is what gives the headset the power to run and function. This guide will show you how to remove the battery from the headset.

Remove the magnetic ear pads by gently pulling up away from the head set. Remove the magnetic ear pads by gently pulling up away from the head set.
  • Remove the magnetic ear pads by gently pulling up away from the head set.

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Squeeze the plastic opening tool between the black plastic and foam pad and then pry upwards to  remove the felt pads covering the speaker.
  • Squeeze the plastic opening tool between the black plastic and foam pad and then pry upwards to remove the felt pads covering the speaker.

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Remove the four 6mm Phillips 1 screws.
  • Remove the four 6mm Phillips 1 screws.

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Lift the speaker module up off the device.
  • Lift the speaker module up off the device.

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Remove the five 6mm PH1 screws. Remove the buttons panel by pulling the panel away from the white ribbon cord.
  • Remove the five 6mm PH1 screws.

  • Remove the buttons panel by pulling the panel away from the white ribbon cord.

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Remove the four 6mm PH1 screws. Remove the tape holding the wires connected to the motherboard.
  • Remove the four 6mm PH1 screws.

  • Remove the tape holding the wires connected to the motherboard.

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Remove the back panel by squeezing the two tabs together and pushing out.
  • Remove the back panel by squeezing the two tabs together and pushing out.

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Disconnect the battery wires by desoldering them.

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Remove the battery by using the plastic opening tool to pry it away from the headset.
  • Remove the battery by using the plastic opening tool to pry it away from the headset.

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Conclusion

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

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Is this for the Gen III Astro a50?

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