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Introduction

Eventually, the battery for the Corsair headphones will need to be replaced. Luckily, replacing the battery is a relatively simple process that involves removing the panel covering an earmuff and unplugging the old battery.

Instructions for removing the battery all refer to the right hand earmuff.

  1. Carefully remove earmuff from headphones by getting a grip under the earmuff cushion and peeling up over the lip that keeps it in place.
    • Carefully remove earmuff from headphones by getting a grip under the earmuff cushion and peeling up over the lip that keeps it in place.

  2. Using the Phillips #0 screwdriver, unscrew the seven 6.4 mm screws holding the black speaker cover in place. If you are disassembling the lefthand earfmuff, there will be eight 6.4 mm screws to remove.
    • Using the Phillips #0 screwdriver, unscrew the seven 6.4 mm screws holding the black speaker cover in place.

    • If you are disassembling the lefthand earfmuff, there will be eight 6.4 mm screws to remove.

  3. Remove and set aside the black panel, taking care to keep the wires attached. The panel should lift up without much force. If the panel does not budge, carefully use the  iFixit plastic opening tool to dislodge the piece.
    • Remove and set aside the black panel, taking care to keep the wires attached.

    • The panel should lift up without much force. If the panel does not budge, carefully use the iFixit plastic opening tool to dislodge the piece.

  4. Using the Phillips #0 screwdriver, remove the three 6.4 mm screws on the black plastic panel with the grid of holes. Using the Phillips #0 screwdriver, remove the three 6.4 mm screws on the black plastic panel with the grid of holes.
    • Using the Phillips #0 screwdriver, remove the three 6.4 mm screws on the black plastic panel with the grid of holes.

  5. Carefully unplug the wire that connects the battery pack to the headphones. This should not take too much force.
    • Carefully unplug the wire that connects the battery pack to the headphones.

    • This should not take too much force.

  6. Remove the clear plastic covering and set aside.
    • Remove the clear plastic covering and set aside.

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