Introduction

The Fugoo Style XL has small core speakers resting within the casing that are remarkably easy to remove.

Parts

No parts required.

Using your hand, unscrew the large screws underneath the speaker. Using your hand, unscrew the large screws underneath the speaker.
  • Using your hand, unscrew the large screws underneath the speaker.

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Using your hand, gently lift the large plastic tab secured to the rubber holding (the holding is within the orange square). While lifting the tab, push the speaker out of the case. Ensure the tab is lifted only slightly above the rubber holding. Bending the plastic tab too far could result in damage to the case. Ensure the tab is lifted only slightly above the rubber holding. Bending the plastic tab too far could result in damage to the case.
  • Using your hand, gently lift the large plastic tab secured to the rubber holding (the holding is within the orange square). While lifting the tab, push the speaker out of the case.

  • Ensure the tab is lifted only slightly above the rubber holding. Bending the plastic tab too far could result in damage to the case.

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Slide the speaker completely out of the fabric casing. Slide the speaker completely out of the fabric casing.
  • Slide the speaker completely out of the fabric casing.

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There are 8 screws (4 on each side) holding covers that conceal the bass speakers. Remove these 3mm screws using a #2.0 Hex screwdriver. There are 8 screws (4 on each side) holding covers that conceal the bass speakers. Remove these 3mm screws using a #2.0 Hex screwdriver.
  • There are 8 screws (4 on each side) holding covers that conceal the bass speakers. Remove these 3mm screws using a #2.0 Hex screwdriver.

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Using your hand, pull the covers away from the speaker. Using your hand, pull the covers away from the speaker.
  • Using your hand, pull the covers away from the speaker.

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Using a #2.0 Hex screwdriver to unscrew the 8 12mm screws depicted. Using a #2.0 Hex screwdriver to unscrew the 8 12mm screws depicted.
  • Using a #2.0 Hex screwdriver to unscrew the 8 12mm screws depicted.

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Gently pull apart the front casing from the back casing. Speakers on the front casing have wires directly connected to the motherboard. Pulling off the casing with force will result in damage.
  • Gently pull apart the front casing from the back casing.

  • Speakers on the front casing have wires directly connected to the motherboard. Pulling off the casing with force will result in damage.

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Using a pair of tweezers or your hand, carefully remove the red bundled cable connectors from the motherboard. Using a pair of tweezers or your hand, carefully remove the red bundled cable connectors from the motherboard.
  • Using a pair of tweezers or your hand, carefully remove the red bundled cable connectors from the motherboard.

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Each speaker is attached to the casing with 3mm screws. Remove the screws using a #2.0 Hex screwdriver. Once the screws are removed, carefully lift the speaker from the casing. Once the screws are removed, carefully lift the speaker from the casing.
  • Each speaker is attached to the casing with 3mm screws. Remove the screws using a #2.0 Hex screwdriver.

  • Once the screws are removed, carefully lift the speaker from the casing.

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Conclusion

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

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