Introduction

Is your battery no longer holding a charge? Do you have to keep it plugged in to listen to music? This guide will replace the battery so you can enjoy the speaker for hours in between charges.

Push the Spudger into the crevice between the grated panel of the speaker and the base of the speaker.
  • Push the Spudger into the crevice between the grated panel of the speaker and the base of the speaker.

  • Angle the spudger to create a separation between the grate and the base.

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Slide the spudger along the separation between the grate and the base of the speaker to loosen the grate. Do this to the entire perimeter of the speaker.
  • Slide the spudger along the separation between the grate and the base of the speaker to loosen the grate. Do this to the entire perimeter of the speaker.

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  • Pull the grated panel off.

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  • Remove the six 3mm screws using the J00 JIS screw bit. This will require a long, narrow screwdriver.

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  • Push the spudger into the crevice between the base and the face of the speaker and create a separation.

  • Slide the spudger along the entire perimeter and gently pull off the face of the speaker.

  • The two parts are connected by wires, do not rip them apart.

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  • Use the spudger to release the battery by sliding it underneath the battery to create a separation.

  • Remove the battery.

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  • Pull the motherboard from the base of the speaker.

  • Using tweezers, squeeze and pull on the white plastic clip that connects the battery wires to the motherboard.

  • Unclip the battery from the motherboard.

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Conclusion

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

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excellent, was able to make my Insignia speaker work, which didn’t work for years. The battery had been good. removing and reassembling made the unit work!

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