Introduction

This guide will teach you how to replace the speaker that are located within the device. The speaker can malfunction causing you to not hear the proper sounds from the lock.

Flip the device so the back cover is facing you. Undo the latches on both sides to remove the metal cover. Using a Phillips #0 screwdriver, remove the black screws to release the back cover.
  • Flip the device so the back cover is facing you.

  • Undo the latches on both sides to remove the metal cover.

  • Using a Phillips #0 screwdriver, remove the black screws to release the back cover.

  • To unscrew all of the screws, you will need to close the latches again.

  • Do not pull the cover apart too far as the speaker is in the cover and connected to the motherboard.

Use the metal spudger to pry the plug off of the motherboard. The plug can be dislodged when prying it from the side. The plug can be dislodged when prying it from the side.
  • Use the metal spudger to pry the plug off of the motherboard.

  • The plug can be dislodged when prying it from the side.

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Warm up the iOpener. Do not place the iOpener in microwave for more than 30 seconds. Place the iOpener heating pad over the speaker and let sit for a few moments.
  • Warm up the iOpener.

  • Do not place the iOpener in microwave for more than 30 seconds.

  • Place the iOpener heating pad over the speaker and let sit for a few moments.

  • Using the metal spudger, pry some of the glue off the hinges holding the speaker in place.

Once the speaker looks mobile, flip the cover over and push below the speaker to pop it out. Once the speaker looks mobile, flip the cover over and push below the speaker to pop it out.
  • Once the speaker looks mobile, flip the cover over and push below the speaker to pop it out.

Conclusion

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

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