1. 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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  2. 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.

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    • Lift the speaker module up off the device.

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    • Remove the four 6mm Phillips 1 screws.

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    • Use a soldering iron to desolder the black and yellow wires from the two metal plates near the bottom of the device.

    • Use a soldering iron to desolder the 13 wires in rows along the left and bottom sides of the headset motherboard.

    • How To Solder and Desolder Connections

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    • Use the plastic opening tool to pry off the black tape covering the gray wires

    Thank god I have been looking for this one for a while thank you guys.

    i have i problem with my microphone see in step 7 there are two wires for the microphone ( green and copper color)near the microphone screw, in my headset the copper one dose not connected with the green any idea how to connect them together?

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    • Lift the motherboard out of the headset and gently disconnect the gray wires from the motherboard.

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Conclusion

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

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Any chance I could get the E250336. USB board part from you guys? I need one.

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I am having a very tough time finding this Part online. Thanks!

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