Introduction

Some soldering will be required in order to complete the speaker replacement.

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  • Flip your amp over to begin removing the plastic cover.

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Image 1/2: Unless you want a quick pick-me-up, in which case feel free to leave it in and get shocked. Image 2/2: Unless you want a quick pick-me-up, in which case feel free to leave it in and get shocked.
  • Remove the battery cover and take the battery out.

  • Unless you want a quick pick-me-up, in which case feel free to leave it in and get shocked.

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Image 1/2: While the screws are recessed deep into the cover and difficult to see,  2-4 turns will easily release them. Image 2/2: While the screws are recessed deep into the cover and difficult to see,  2-4 turns will easily release them.
  • Unscrew the four corner screws using a phillips #0 screw driver to remove the back cover.

  • While the screws are recessed deep into the cover and difficult to see, 2-4 turns will easily release them.

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  • Remove the back cover by carefully pushing the battery connector through the hole in the cover.

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  • With the phillips #0 screwdriver, unscrew the two white plastic clips that hold the speaker in place.

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Image 1/2: Note: The black wire has already been removed in this example image. Image 2/2: Note: The black wire has already been removed in this example image.
  • Use flush wire cutters to remove black and red wires from the old speaker.

  • Note: The black wire has already been removed in this example image.

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  • Connect the new speaker by soldering the black and red wires to the negative and positive connections respectively

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Image 1/1: Some static is fine, this is the natural sound of the amp.
  • Connect the battery and turn the power on to test proper connection of the new speaker.

  • Some static is fine, this is the natural sound of the amp.

  • Careful not to touch any of the metal components inside while temporarily testing the connection.

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  • Reverse steps 1-5 to complete repair.

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  • Connect the amp to your favorite instrument and test out the new sound!

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