We will not be tearing the whole thing apart; just the big pieces

This loudspeaker was tinkered at the charge port (installation of a new one).


No parts required.

Video Overview

  1. Use a plastic spatula or credit card to open the grids
    • Use a plastic spatula or credit card to open the grids

    • You should not have to exert too much force on the grids. There is a little bit of glue on it.

  2. Remove the first 4 screws
    • Remove the first 4 screws

    • Blow up the round of plastic then take care of the remaining 4 screws.

    • Now you can access the motherboard.

    • To disconnect the battery: disconnect the microphone first, it will make things easier.

    • Unscrew the two screws of the white cover

    • Get out of his notch, and here's the battery!


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

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About to try this, will give feedback

Rick Purchase - Reply

This is the charge2 + not the charge2

The Daniel - Reply

there aren,t any screws in the cap

Norman Ingham - Reply

Thanks so much! I had a broken bit of plastic inside the tube after I left my speaker in my checked luggage and it got smashed around. I followed the instructions and managed to get it out, the speaker is purring again without the annoying ass rattle!! You're a legend my friend. TY

itgotfixed - Reply

You are welcome !

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