Introduction

Following this guide will show you how to access and replace the speakers.

Placing the device on its back with the BRV-HD logo facing up, remove the eight 5mm hexagon 2.0 screws on the front panel. Make sure the device is turned off before starting.
  • Placing the device on its back with the BRV-HD logo facing up, remove the eight 5mm hexagon 2.0 screws on the front panel.

  • Make sure the device is turned off before starting.

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Lift the front panel off of the speaker using a plastic opening tool.
  • Lift the front panel off of the speaker using a plastic opening tool.

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Placing the device with the back panel facing up, remove the eight 5mm hexagon 2.0 screws from the back panel. Placing the device with the back panel facing up, remove the eight 5mm hexagon 2.0 screws from the back panel.
  • Placing the device with the back panel facing up, remove the eight 5mm hexagon 2.0 screws from the back panel.

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Lift the back panel off of the device with a plastic opening tool.
  • Lift the back panel off of the device with a plastic opening tool.

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Turning the device on its side, unscrew the four 15mm hexagon 2.0 screws on the charging port panel. Turning the device on its side, unscrew the four 15mm hexagon 2.0 screws on the charging port panel.
  • Turning the device on its side, unscrew the four 15mm hexagon 2.0 screws on the charging port panel.

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Remove the outer rubber flap and the plastic side port panel.
  • Remove the outer rubber flap and the plastic side port panel.

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Place the device on its front. Loosen the four 12mm Phillips screws in the four corners with a J1 screwdriver.
  • Place the device on its front.

  • Loosen the four 12mm Phillips screws in the four corners with a J1 screwdriver.

  • Loosen the two 8mm Phillips screws in the center with a J1 screwdriver.

  • These screws are difficult to reach and will require a screwdriver extension piece.

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Pull off the rubber sleeve surrounding the speaker using your hands.
  • Pull off the rubber sleeve surrounding the speaker using your hands.

  • There is adhesive binding the sleeve to the speaker and force will be required to remove the sleeve.

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Lift the black covering off of the speaker using both hands.
  • Lift the black covering off of the speaker using both hands.

  • Loose screws that you were unable to remove with the screwdriver will be removed when you lift off the black covering.

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Remove the four 12mm Phillips screws securing the two battery brackets with a J1 screwdriver.
  • Remove the four 12mm Phillips screws securing the two battery brackets with a J1 screwdriver.

  • Move any wires aside to have better access to the screws securing the battery.

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Remove the two brackets that hold down the battery using your hands.
  • Remove the two brackets that hold down the battery using your hands.

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Use the plastic opening tool to lift up the battery. Remove the battery using your hands.
  • Use the plastic opening tool to lift up the battery.

  • Remove the battery using your hands.

  • The wires connecting the battery to the motherboard are still plugged in. Avoid pulling on the battery or these wires may break.

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Disconnect the wire attaching the battery to the motherboard.
  • Disconnect the wire attaching the battery to the motherboard.

  • There is green glue on the wire ports preventing the wires from falling out. Peel and remove this glue as necessary.

  • Be careful when pulling out the wires from their ports. The metal stems attached to the ports can break. A spudger or tweezers may help.

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Locate the two wires that connect the right speaker to the motherboard. Gently disconnect the wires from the motherboard.
  • Locate the two wires that connect the right speaker to the motherboard.

  • Gently disconnect the wires from the motherboard.

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Locate the two wires that connect the left speaker to the motherboard. Gently disconnect the  wires from the motherboard.
  • Locate the two wires that connect the left speaker to the motherboard.

  • Gently disconnect the wires from the motherboard.

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Position the device facing up and remove eight 10mm Phillips head screws using a J1 Phillips head screwdriver. Position the device facing up and remove eight 10mm Phillips head screws using a J1 Phillips head screwdriver.
  • Position the device facing up and remove eight 10mm Phillips head screws using a J1 Phillips head screwdriver.

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Lift the speaker out using the metal spudger and complete lifting by using your hands. Remove the speakers with your hands and replace with new ones. Remove the speakers with your hands and replace with new ones.
  • Lift the speaker out using the metal spudger and complete lifting by using your hands.

  • Remove the speakers with your hands and replace with new ones.

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Conclusion

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

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