Introduction

Use this guide to learn how to replace your left and right speaker drivers for the Bowers and Wilkins T7 Bluetooth Speaker.

Image 1/1: Gently lift up the access panel; it should easily "pop" open.
  • As with all electronic devices, make sure your device is powered off before you begin.

  • Gently lift up the access panel; it should easily "pop" open.

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Image 1/1: There are 8 screws in total.
  • Remove 14mm screws on the front panel with a J1 Phillips head screwdriver.

    • There are 8 screws in total.

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Image 1/2: Using the ifixit Opening Tool, carefully pry off the rubber seal around the sides. Image 2/2: The seal is held by adhesive, if this is proving difficult you can use a heat gun to help the process.
  • Be gentle, the rubber seal is fragile and easy to tear, resulting in cosmetic damage to your device.

  • Using the ifixit Opening Tool, carefully pry off the rubber seal around the sides.

  • The seal is held by adhesive, if this is proving difficult you can use a heat gun to help the process.

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Image 1/2: Using the ifixit Opening Tool, pry open at the seam found under the rubber seal. Image 2/2: As the cover starts to come off, you can lift up using your hand.
  • The cover is the most difficult part to remove. As you work, pry continuously, moving the tool around the device, working it a little further as you go.

  • Using the ifixit Opening Tool, pry open at the seam found under the rubber seal.

  • As the cover starts to come off, you can lift up using your hand.

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Image 1/3: While squeezing the internal locking mechanism, pull back the terminal. Image 2/3: Repeat this process for the second speaker. Image 3/3: Repeat this process for the second speaker.
  • Gently squeeze the internal locking mechanism inside the red and white terminals with either your fingers or a pair of precision tweezers.

  • While squeezing the internal locking mechanism, pull back the terminal.

  • Repeat this process for the second speaker.

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Image 1/2: There are 4 screws in total around each speaker. Image 2/2: There are 4 screws in total around each speaker.
  • Remove the 7mm screws around the speaker using a J100 Phillips head screwdriver.

  • There are 4 screws in total around each speaker.

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  • Now that all the screws are removed, pull straight up on the speaker drive to remove the speaker drive component.

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Conclusion

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

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