Introduction

If your tablet speakers are not working or you would like them to work better, follow this guide to replace them.

Make sure device is powered off. Wedge the plastic opening tool anywhere in the seam between the back casing and screen. Slide the plastic opening tool along the sides and corners of the seam of the device while it separates from the screen.
  • Make sure device is powered off.

  • Wedge the plastic opening tool anywhere in the seam between the back casing and screen.

  • Slide the plastic opening tool along the sides and corners of the seam of the device while it separates from the screen.

  • You will hear the popping sound of the plastic connections separating from the device.

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Lift the back casing away from the screen.
  • Lift the back casing away from the screen.

  • Set casing aside.

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There are two connections that attach the speakers to the motherboard. Unplug the cables from the motherboard by gently pulling them away.
  • There are two connections that attach the speakers to the motherboard.

  • Unplug the cables from the motherboard by gently pulling them away.

  • Speaker cables will be free to be removed.

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Remove the tape that is holding the speaker cables down. Remove the speaker cables from underneath the black connector ribbons.
  • Remove the tape that is holding the speaker cables down.

  • Remove the speaker cables from underneath the black connector ribbons.

  • The cables are hooked underneath black connector ribbons; carefully unhook them.

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Gently pry both speakers away from adhesive with metal spudger tool.
  • Gently pry both speakers away from adhesive with metal spudger tool.

  • Always use a nylon spudger or plastic opening tool before a metal spudger. Metal spudgers are great for serious prying power but can damage your device if used incorrectly.

  • The speakers can now be completely removed from the device.

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Conclusion

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

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