Introduction

If the speakers aren't working... install new ones! This guide shows you how to change out old speakers that may not be working right.

Image 1/1: Begin by applying constant pressure to the base of your Audiovox while holding the plastic casing. Do this until the plastic casing is completely removed.
  • Before opening your Audiovox, be sure to turn it upside down.

  • Begin by applying constant pressure to the base of your Audiovox while holding the plastic casing. Do this until the plastic casing is completely removed.

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Image 1/1: Repeat this step for the remaining other three screws.
  • Insert a Phillips #1 screwdriver into the hole at the corner of the base and remove the screw.

  • Repeat this step for the remaining other three screws.

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Image 1/1: Gently pull off the top panel of the Audiovox, as shown in the picture, to ensure that the panel detaches properly.
  • Make sure to orient the Audiovox right side up.

  • Gently pull off the top panel of the Audiovox, as shown in the picture, to ensure that the panel detaches properly.

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  • Using a Phillips #1 screwdriver, remove the screw found in the middle of the board.

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  • Gently, as to not disconnect any of the attached wires, pull back the board to view the soldered connections (on the other side) as well as the internal components.

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Image 1/1: Slide a plastic opening tool along the rim of the faulty speaker where it meets the plastic casing.
  • Notice that there are two speakers located on opposite sides of the inside of your Audiovox.

  • Slide a plastic opening tool along the rim of the faulty speaker where it meets the plastic casing.

    • This action removes any glue or adhesive that holds the speaker to the wall of your Audiovox.

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Image 1/2: Simultaneously insert a Phillips #00 screwdriver into the square hole on the underside of clock and push through to lift the metal bracket off of the plastic tab. Image 2/2: Simultaneously insert a Phillips #00 screwdriver into the square hole on the underside of clock and push through to lift the metal bracket off of the plastic tab.
  • Using your thumb, applying constant pressure, pull back the plastic tab towards the speaker and away from the metal bracket.

  • Simultaneously insert a Phillips #00 screwdriver into the square hole on the underside of clock and push through to lift the metal bracket off of the plastic tab.

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  • Repeat the second part of "Step 7" for the other hole.

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Image 1/1: Each speaker contains a powerful magnet. Try to keep them away from nearby metal objects.
  • Pull up on the metal brackets, found on either side, until the speaker is completely removed. Removing the speaker is rather challenging. Don't get discouraged if it takes multiple attempts!

    • Each speaker contains a powerful magnet. Try to keep them away from nearby metal objects.

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Conclusion

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

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