Introduction

If your speaker sound is muffled or broken, the speaker cone may be damaged. To solve this problem, you can remove the old speaker cone and replace it with a new part. This guide will show you how to access the speaker cone and remove it. The guide will include the necessary prerequisites needed.

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  • To remove the outer case, remove 4 phillips screws (Phillips #00 headtype, 9.3mm long)

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  • Using a metal spudger, gently pry the side of the defective case.

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  • Still using the metal spudger, continue to work your way around the outer case.

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Image 1/1: Note that unless properly sealed with glue, the speaker will no longer be water resistant.
  • Remove the broken outer case. Replace with used/new out case.

  • Note that unless properly sealed with glue, the speaker will no longer be water resistant.

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  • To remove the speaker cone plate, remove 10 phillips screws (Phillips #00 headtype, 9.3mm long)

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Image 1/1: Remember to pry all around the side of the speaker cone plate.
  • Using a metal spudger, gently pry the side of the defective speaker cone plate.

  • Remember to pry all around the side of the speaker cone plate.

  • Keep in mind that the adhesive will make it difficult to pry the plate off. To loosen the adhesive, heat the plate with a device such as a hair dryer.

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  • Remove the broken speaker cone plate. Replace with used/new out plate.

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Conclusion

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

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