Introduction

This guide shows how to remove and replace the battery of the Fugoo Tough.

Begin by unscrewing the four 10.72mm corner screws using the h2.0 screwdriver. Using the h1.5 screwdriver remove remaining 6-5.79mm screws on the front of the speaker. Pull front part of shell away from back part of shell.
  • Begin by unscrewing the four 10.72mm corner screws using the h2.0 screwdriver.

  • Using the h1.5 screwdriver remove remaining 6-5.79mm screws on the front of the speaker.

  • Pull front part of shell away from back part of shell.

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Change to the h1.3 head. Remove all 4-5.57mm screws on both speaker covers Pull on the speaker covers, thus removing them Rotate to side the speaker that has the charging port. Remove the 4-5.57mm screws of the facing you.
  • Change to the h1.3 head. Remove all 4-5.57mm screws on both speaker covers

  • Pull on the speaker covers, thus removing them

  • Rotate to side the speaker that has the charging port. Remove the 4-5.57mm screws of the facing you.

  • Rotate the speaker 180 degrees and then remove 4-5.57 screws on the side speaker that has the power/bluetooth buttons

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Have back of speaker facing you, remove 5-12.70mm screws using 1/16 flat head screwdriver. Using the plastic opening tool, you will be able to wedge back face of speaker off. Using the plastic opening tool, you will be able to wedge back face of speaker off.
  • Have back of speaker facing you, remove 5-12.70mm screws using 1/16 flat head screwdriver.

  • Using the plastic opening tool, you will be able to wedge back face of speaker off.

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The circuit board will be revealed, you will notice the various clips/wires that go to the speakers and the battery Remove the blue "clip" from the mother board, then pull the on the speaker and remove it, to give you more room to work Gently pull down on the largest bundle of wires connected to the mother board by a white clip.
  • The circuit board will be revealed, you will notice the various clips/wires that go to the speakers and the battery

  • Remove the blue "clip" from the mother board, then pull the on the speaker and remove it, to give you more room to work

  • Gently pull down on the largest bundle of wires connected to the mother board by a white clip.

  • Battery isn't anchored down, you will be able to pull it out of device

  • The battery can now be replaced

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Conclusion

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

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