Introduction

The Circuit board has the screen and microphone attached, but the speaker and antenna can be modified separately.

First, apply pressure with your thumb on the top of the battery cover.
  • First, apply pressure with your thumb on the top of the battery cover.

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Next, pull down on the cover until it begins to slide.
  • Next, pull down on the cover until it begins to slide.

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Finally, once the cover is completely off, pry up the old batteries with your finger or a strong, skinny tool (i.e. spudger).
  • Finally, once the cover is completely off, pry up the old batteries with your finger or a strong, skinny tool (i.e. spudger).

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Unscrew the six 8.0 millimeter long, #0 screws on the backside of the case using the Phillips #0 screwdriver.
  • Unscrew the six 8.0 millimeter long, #0 screws on the backside of the case using the Phillips #0 screwdriver.

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Detach back part of the case by gently lifting up.
  • Detach back part of the case by gently lifting up.

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Remove the old or broken circuit board from the front case.
  • Remove the old or broken circuit board from the front case.

  • Clip the red and black wires at the base of the motherboard to completely separate it from the radio case.

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Conclusion

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

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