Introduction

The following guide will show how to replace the speaker for the Digitac Jazz Ultratab C725. This guide requires the use of a soldering iron to properly remove the speaker. If you are unfamiliar with soldering, we recommend that you check out this soldering guide.

Image 1/3: Using the Phillips #00 Screwdriver, remove all 4 screws. Image 2/3: Remove the screws with the least amount of force possible to avoid any damage to the threads. If thread damage occurs, screw removal will be much more difficult or may even become impossible. Image 3/3: Remove the screws with the least amount of force possible to avoid any damage to the threads. If thread damage occurs, screw removal will be much more difficult or may even become impossible.
  • Locate the four 3.5 mm Phillips head screws holding the silver back plate and the screen together. There are 2 screws on the top and another 2 screws on the bottom.

  • Using the Phillips #00 Screwdriver, remove all 4 screws.

  • Remove the screws with the least amount of force possible to avoid any damage to the threads. If thread damage occurs, screw removal will be much more difficult or may even become impossible.

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Image 1/3: Insert the Plastic Opening Tool between the silver back plate and the screen about 1 inch from corner of the device on either side. Image 2/3: Jimmy the Plastic Opening Tool until the screen unsnaps from the back plate. Image 3/3: Work your way down the edge of the device, popping out all locations where the screen snaps into the silver back plate.
  • Flip your device so that the long side without the buttons is facing you.

  • Insert the Plastic Opening Tool between the silver back plate and the screen about 1 inch from corner of the device on either side.

    • Jimmy the Plastic Opening Tool until the screen unsnaps from the back plate.

    • Work your way down the edge of the device, popping out all locations where the screen snaps into the silver back plate.

    • Go around the corners with the Plastic Opening Tool and unsnap additional snap-in locations as necessary.

  • Once the screen is loose, pull it towards you then lift it off to prevent damage to the buttons on the other side of the device.

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Image 1/2: Pull the wires out. Image 2/2: Pull the wires out.
  • Use a soldering iron to melt the solder that connects the speaker to the motherboard.

  • Pull the wires out.

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Image 1/3: Pry the speaker out of the bracket. Image 2/3: Pry the speaker out of the bracket. Image 3/3: Pry the speaker out of the bracket.
  • Insert the plastic opening tool in the gap between the speaker and the bracket that holds it.

  • Pry the speaker out of the bracket.

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Conclusion

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

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