Introduction

This guide shows how to locate and repair broken connections to the speakers.

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  • Locate the bottom of the device.

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  • Begin by using a metal spudger to peel back the adhesive sticker and locate the 11mm screw beneath the sticker.

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  • Locate the 11mm screw beneath the sticker.

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  • Using a plastic opening tool, peel off the adhesive gel stoppers

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  • Continue peeling the rest of the gel stoppers from the bottom of the device.

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  • Begin unscrewing the six 11mm screws with a Phillips head screw driver.

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  • Once you peel of the bottom from the device, you will see the motherboard.

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  • Unscrew the 9.5mm screw located near the center of the motherboard with a Phillips head screw driver.

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  • Lift the motherboard from the device.

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  • Locate the four plugs connecting the motherboard to the rest of the device.

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  • Begin with remove the plug to your left.

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  • Remove the plug to your right from the motherboard.

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  • Remove the plug in the front of the lcd screen plug.

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  • Remove the LCD screen plug last. Then, follow the following instructions in reverse to replace the old motherboard with the new one.

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  • Remove the three screws located along the center of the base.

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  • Remove the base from the display.

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  • Using a metal spudger, remove the plastic face plate from the display.

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  • With a phillips screwdriver, remove the six screws shown here.

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  • Next, using the metal spudger, pry the speaker grilles from the display.

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  • Using the phillips screwdriver, remove the four screw seen here.

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  • Separate the two pieces of the display as shown.

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Image 1/3: If all connections are soldered then replacement may be necessary. Image 2/3: If all connections are soldered then replacement may be necessary. Image 3/3: If all connections are soldered then replacement may be necessary.
  • You can see that there are several points where connections to the speaker are soldered.

  • If all connections are soldered then replacement may be necessary.

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Conclusion

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

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