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Introduction

Replace a faulty speaker.

Parts

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  1. Using the plastic opening tool, remove screen protector from front of monitor. Using the plastic opening tool, remove screen protector from front of monitor. Using the plastic opening tool, remove screen protector from front of monitor.
    • Using the plastic opening tool, remove screen protector from front of monitor.

  2. Remove the six 4mm screws using a size 00 Philips head screwdriver. Remove the screen, exposing the circuit board. Turn device over to expose rear circuit board.
    • Remove the six 4mm screws using a size 00 Philips head screwdriver.

    • Remove the screen, exposing the circuit board.

    • Turn device over to expose rear circuit board.

  3. Disconnect speaker from monitor for ease of access by unplugging wire. Disconnect speaker from monitor for ease of access by unplugging wire. Disconnect speaker from monitor for ease of access by unplugging wire.
    • Disconnect speaker from monitor for ease of access by unplugging wire.

  4. Use a heat gun to soften and easily remove epoxy that surrounds the speaker. Gently scrape it free little by little with metal spudger.
    • Use a heat gun to soften and easily remove epoxy that surrounds the speaker. Gently scrape it free little by little with metal spudger.

  5. Lift the speaker from casing using metal spudger.
    • Lift the speaker from casing using metal spudger.

    • Place new 8W speaker in the casing and connect wire.

Conclusion

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

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3 Comments

Where to purchase the replacement speaker?

Keiundra Joiner - Reply

Where can we purchase the replacement 8w speaker part

lea placek - Reply

8W Speaker is incorrect.

The speaker needed is 8 Ohm 0.5 Watt.

Ryan Ernde - Reply

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