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Beats Studio3 Wireless Battery Replacement

What you need

  1. Beats Studio3 Wireless Battery Replacement, Battery: step 1, image 1 of 2 Beats Studio3 Wireless Battery Replacement, Battery: step 1, image 2 of 2
    • Use a pointed nylon spudger to remove the center circular panel on the right side of your device.

    • Be gentle while removing this piece as it is glued on with adhesive.

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    • Remove the four 3.5 mm screws using a Phillips #0 screwdriver.

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    • Using a pointed nylon spudger, remove the tab located on the inner part of the headband labeled "R."

    • Place the nylon spudger in between the side panels and push inward going from bottom to top to separate both sides of the panel.

    • The panel will pop open after separating.

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    • Place the nylon spudger underneath the battery, push inward and separate the battery from the inside.

    • Never use sharp tools to pry batteries. Metal spudgers can puncture an unprotected battery, potentially causing a fire.

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    • Use a nylon spudger to lift up the glue sticking the wires down.

    • Use a nylon spudger to lift the connector to disconnect the battery.

Conclusion

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

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2 Comments

Should the glue be reapplied or is it okay to simply place back on?

Jake Allen - Reply

the replacement batteries usually come with a gluepad on the back.
The connector its up to you - you risk the chance of the connector coming lose and u have to reopen the headset. But ill take the chance for now, lets see how it holds up without new glue.

seb -

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