Introduction

This product plays both CD's and Cassettes as well as AM/FM radio stations.

Before attempting this replacement, make sure to use a anti-static strap to prevent circuit damages to your device.

Image 1/2: Insert a 2.5mm flathead driver into the two holes next to the battery compartment. Image 2/2: Turn the driver counterclockwise several times to loosen and pull out the 17mm screw.
  • Turn the boombox around to see the back, and then flip it upside down.

  • Insert a 2.5mm flathead driver into the two holes next to the battery compartment.

  • Turn the driver counterclockwise several times to loosen and pull out the 17mm screw.

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  • Peel off the two black square foams in front of the battery compartment to reveal a screw under each one.

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Image 1/2: The front grey panel will loosen up once the final screw is removed. Image 2/2: The front grey panel will loosen up once the final screw is removed.
  • Remove the two 8mm screws using a 2.5mm flathead driver.

  • The front grey panel will loosen up once the final screw is removed.

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Image 1/1: Release the front panel by pushing down on the latches holding the panels together.
  • Turn the boombox on its back.

  • Release the front panel by pushing down on the latches holding the panels together.

  • There are four silver latches on the top side of the panel and one on the bottom.

  • Do not force the panel comletely off, there are cables attached inside.

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Image 1/2: Using the same driver with 2.5mm flathead, remove the two 14mm screws under the handle. Image 2/2: Gently lift the  black top but do not pull completely away.
  • Turn the boombox around to view the back and lift the handle up.

  • Using the same driver with 2.5mm flathead, remove the two 14mm screws under the handle.

  • Gently lift the black top but do not pull completely away.

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  • Unplug the red and black wires from the large yellow motherboard by pulling upwards.

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  • Unplug the thick, white and pink cord from underneath the black top by pulling downwards.

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  • Remove the black shiny strip from both ends of the white motherboard adaptor.

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  • Using a Phillips #0, remove the two 11mm screws attached to the green legs underneath the top panel.

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Image 1/1: The red rings fall off easily once loosened.
  • With a plastic opening tool, take off the red rings on the other two green legs.

  • The red rings fall off easily once loosened.

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  • Using a JIS 1, remove the 8mm screw on the grey, square plate.

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Image 1/3: Everything will be loosened. Support it with your hand Image 2/3: The square cube with the tiny lense is loosened. Slide it down to take out of the nook. Image 3/3: Detach the black tape so the cube is completely by itself. Replace the cube with a new one.
  • Slide the silver bar out.

  • Everything will be loosened. Support it with your hand

  • The square cube with the tiny lense is loosened. Slide it down to take out of the nook.

  • Detach the black tape so the cube is completely by itself. Replace the cube with a new one.

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Conclusion

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

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