Introduction

In this guide you will find steps on how to remove the speakers from the Axess TA2513-10WT tablet in order to replace them. The guide will show you how to access the tablet's circuit board, identify the right and left speakers, and to remove the speakers from the circuit board.

Parts

No parts required.

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  • Lay the tablet down on a flat surface with the screen facing up, and the external camera facing upwards and closest to you.

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Image 1/3: Slide the plastic opening tool gently along the sides. Image 2/3: If a small gap is not created between the screen and the back cover, pry gently upward at each of these latching points. Image 3/3: If a small gap is not created between the screen and the back cover, pry gently upward at each of these latching points.
  • Insert the plastic opening tool in the space between the screen and the back cover above the volume buttons.

  • Slide the plastic opening tool gently along the sides.

  • If a small gap is not created between the screen and the back cover, pry gently upward at each of these latching points.

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  • Place the Spudger in an open space to keep the back case from shutting while you continue to slide the opening tool.

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  • Remove the back cover with your hands once all points have been unlatched. It should separate completely from the screen that contains the battery and chip components.

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  • Remove tape attached to black and red speaker wires.

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Image 1/1: From left to right the nodes are "SPKP1", "SPKN1", "LN", and "LP"
  • Identify the four speaker nodes.

  • From left to right the nodes are "SPKP1", "SPKN1", "LN", and "LP"

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  • Place the soldering tool on the speaker node labeled "SPKP1" and quickly remove the red wire with tweezers.

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  • Using the same method as the red wire, remove the black wire attached to the speaker node labeled "SPKN1"

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  • Place the soldering tool on the speaker node labeled "LP", and quickly remove the black wire attached to it with the tweezers.

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  • Using the same method as the black wire, remove the red wire from the node labeled "LN".

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Conclusion

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

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