Introduction

This guide goes over how to remove the battery from the JBL Charge 2+.

Parts

No parts required.

  1. Starting from the front side bottom left corner, use the nylon or metal spudger to lift the grille up from each of the four corners.
    • Starting from the front side bottom left corner, use the nylon or metal spudger to lift the grille up from each of the four corners.

    • Follow the previous instruction to remove the back grille.

  2. Unscrew the two .5 mm screws that hold the sub woofer in place.
    • Unscrew the two .5 mm screws that hold the sub woofer in place.

    • Repeat the last step for the two screws on the back side.

    • Remove the four screws that hold the passive radiator in place

    • Pop the Passive Radiator off.

    • Repeat Step 2, 3 and 4 for the other passive radiator.

    • Remove the battery wire from the circuit board by pulling it out gently on the side closest to the LCD light.

    • Remove the 6 screws that hold the white cover in place.

    • Use the plastic opening tool to remove the battery.

Conclusion

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

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28 Comments

Great guide but where to source a battery for a JBL charge 2.

Mine failed, complained to Harman and they sent a new one and didn't want the old one so have a spare I'd like to get working.

Thanks in advance

Rob grist - Reply

Had my speaker for a month. It won't charge. Why did it only last a month and I have to get a new one? I'm not satisfied with the speaker for the price that I paid.

Jeanette dagastine - Reply

When I charge my jbl the light in tge power button turns on but when I press it the device does not respond. Please help me...

Tibetan Stoner - Reply

Try disconnecting the battery and plugging it in again.

MarelyOscar -

I just had the same problem, the on/off led got stuck and couldn't get any sound or operation from any button. After different attempts a simultaneous pressing of the Phone together with the - and the + button brought my Charge2 to life again.

Javier G. Valdivia -

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