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  • Remove the 4 small foam piece on the back casing of the device using a metal tweezers. After remove the 4 screws under the foam piece using a Phillips screwdriver (#size)

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Image 1/1: The device’s front and back outer casing might be hard to separate sometimes. To separate them without damaging other parts use a plastic opening tool to separate the front and back casing.
  • Carefully separate the device's front outer casing from the back outer casing.

  • The device’s front and back outer casing might be hard to separate sometimes. To separate them without damaging other parts use a plastic opening tool to separate the front and back casing.

  • Be careful not to damage the cable on the speaker and microphone while pulling the back outer casing away from the front casing.

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Image 1/1: The speaker cable will be connected on the back casing, while glued on the front casing, so carefully put them next to each other so you won't cut the wires.
  • The microphone will still be on the front casing while connected on the main board on the back casing. Softly using your finger pull the microphone out of the casing.

  • The speaker cable will be connected on the back casing, while glued on the front casing, so carefully put them next to each other so you won't cut the wires.

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Image 1/1: Be Careful  while using the metal spudger, so you won't damage the speaker  housing.
  • The speaker will be glued to the front casing. To remove the glue use a metal spudger or use a heat gun to head the glue and remove the speaker.

  • Be Careful while using the metal spudger, so you won't damage the speaker housing.

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Image 1/1: After lift the main board from the back outer casing using a plastic opener tool.
  • Remove the 3 screw that holds the main board to the back casing using Phillips head #2 screwdriver.

  • After lift the main board from the back outer casing using a plastic opener tool.

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Image 1/1: Before Taking apart the speaker you must take out the soldering  wire on  back of the main board. After removing it you can install the new speakers.
  • The Speaker is connected of the main board of the device with two color coded wires.

  • Before Taking apart the speaker you must take out the soldering wire on back of the main board. After removing it you can install the new speakers.

  • information sign - The red wire is positive and the black wire is negative they must be soldered in the same position they were on the old speakers.

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Conclusion

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

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