Introduction

The audio jack is not used for audio, but for streaming setup data from your phone to the Canary, so it is very important to replace if damaged.

Once you remove the bottom casing and Ethernet PCB board, the audio and USB PCB board becomes accessible. Remember to pull on the power connector itself and not the wires to avoid damage.

If either the audio jack or USB type C connector are damaged, this guide will show you how to replace the board.

A Phillips #0 screwdriver can be used for both screws.

Parts

No parts required.

Grip the rubber ring with your fingers and pull up. Rotate the Canary as you pull out one tab at a time.
  • Grip the rubber ring with your fingers and pull up.

  • Rotate the Canary as you pull out one tab at a time.

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Use your Phillips #0 screwdriver to remove the four 6mm screws.
  • Use your Phillips #0 screwdriver to remove the four 6mm screws.

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Use the flat end of the spudger to carefully pry off the bottom casing. Alternate pushing up on the left and right sides until the clips holding the case in are visible. Alternate pushing up on the left and right sides until the clips holding the case in are visible.
  • Use the flat end of the spudger to carefully pry off the bottom casing.

  • Alternate pushing up on the left and right sides until the clips holding the case in are visible.

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Do not yank the bottom off or you may damage the ribbon cable or the ZIF connector. Carefully remove the bottom casing by gripping it on both sides and pulling straight up.
  • Do not yank the bottom off or you may damage the ribbon cable or the ZIF connector.

  • Carefully remove the bottom casing by gripping it on both sides and pulling straight up.

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Use the pointed end of the spudger to flip up the small retaining flap on the ZIF (zero insertion force) connector. Pull the ribbon cable out towards the device.
  • Use the pointed end of the spudger to flip up the small retaining flap on the ZIF (zero insertion force) connector.

  • Pull the ribbon cable out towards the device.

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Use your Phillips #0 screwdriver to remove the three 5mm screws.
  • Use your Phillips #0 screwdriver to remove the three 5mm screws.

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Place the flat end of the spudger underneath the Ethernet PCB board and slowly pry up until it's loose. Place the flat end of the spudger underneath the Ethernet PCB board and slowly pry up until it's loose.
  • Place the flat end of the spudger underneath the Ethernet PCB board and slowly pry up until it's loose.

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Carefully pull the Ethernet PCB board away from the board that sits underneath.
  • Carefully pull the Ethernet PCB board away from the board that sits underneath.

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Using your fingernails, wiggle the power connector back and forth until it becomes loose.
  • Using your fingernails, wiggle the power connector back and forth until it becomes loose.

  • Pull the power connector straight out of the socket.

  • Pull only on the power connector and not the wires themselves to prevent damage.

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Use the spudger to pry up the retaining flap of the ZIF connector. Disconnect the ribbon cable. Disconnect the ribbon cable.
  • Use the spudger to pry up the retaining flap of the ZIF connector.

  • Disconnect the ribbon cable.

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Remove the two Phillips #0 5mm screws.
  • Remove the two Phillips #0 5mm screws.

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Pull the board away from the bottom casing by lifting the end closest to the chimney up. Pull the board away from the bottom casing by lifting the end closest to the chimney up.
  • Pull the board away from the bottom casing by lifting the end closest to the chimney up.

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Conclusion

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

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