Introduction

This guide will teach you how to replace a faulty speaker.

Parts

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  • Lift the printer lid up as shown in the photo.

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Image 1/2: Image 2/2:
  • Locate and remove the two 10mm side screws. There is one on each side.

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Image 1/2: You may need to wiggle the panel a bit to loosen it. Image 2/2: To remove the bottom part of the paneling gently lay the printer on its back.
  • Unhook the plastic panel from the printer starting from the top.

    • You may need to wiggle the panel a bit to loosen it.

  • To remove the bottom part of the paneling gently lay the printer on its back.

    • The scanner lid needs to be supported when moving the printer

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Image 1/3: Use a gentle back and forth motion to wiggle the hooks out. Image 2/3: Use a gentle back and forth motion to wiggle the hooks out. Image 3/3: Use a gentle back and forth motion to wiggle the hooks out.
  • Gently unhook the right side paneling (as looking at the printer's front face) from the printer.

    • Use a gentle back and forth motion to wiggle the hooks out.

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Image 1/1: Note: The scanner lid needs to be supported when moving the printer
  • Lay printer on its left side for better access to the speaker.

    • Note: The scanner lid needs to be supported when moving the printer

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Image 1/2: Using a Phillips head screw driver, unscrew the 7mm screw. Image 2/2: Using a Phillips head screw driver, unscrew the 7mm screw.
  • Locate the black 7mm screw holding the speaker in place.

  • Using a Phillips head screw driver, unscrew the 7mm screw.

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Image 1/3: Undo the white clip holding the wires in place by pinching the tab on the top. Image 2/3: Remove the red and black wires from the wire bundle. Image 3/3: When replacing the old speaker, do not touch any part of the new speaker that is not metal other than the wires. Doing so could damage the speaker.
  • Locate the red and black wires connected to the speaker.

  • Undo the white clip holding the wires in place by pinching the tab on the top.

  • Remove the red and black wires from the wire bundle.

  • When replacing the old speaker, do not touch any part of the new speaker that is not metal other than the wires. Doing so could damage the speaker.

  • Lift out the speaker

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Conclusion

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

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