Introduction

This guide can be used to replace your USB ports and aux cable.

Flip the device so the bottom is facing you.
  • Flip the device so the bottom is facing you.

  • Remove the bottom pad with a nylon or metal spudger.

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Remove the 4 screws that hold the white cover. Remove the 4 screws that hold the white cover.
  • Remove the 4 screws that hold the white cover.

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Slide under the cover and remove it.
  • Slide under the cover and remove it.

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Remove the one screw holding the circuit board. Remove the one screw holding the circuit board.
  • Remove the one screw holding the circuit board.

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Pry the board with the plastic opening tool.
  • Pry the board with the plastic opening tool.

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Slide the ribbon gently out of the connector. Slide the ribbon gently out of the connector.
  • Slide the ribbon gently out of the connector.

What the name of the white ribbon and where can i buy another mine on my jbl got damaged

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Conclusion

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

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8 Comments

Hi! I need the mini usb piece but I don´t know were I can buy it, it is not like the mobile one´s! Please help me!

Thanks

Clash Ofclans - Reply

Just having the same issue with the internally broken micro-usb connector. Is it standard, or something special? Thanks!

egyusza - Reply

I think it is not normal, if you can find it please contact me! Thanks

Clash Ofclans - Reply

I also need to replace my usb connector, has anyone found out where to get one?

Rick - Reply

need the micro-usb aswell

hellgrenmicke - Reply

My jbl charge 2+ is different, after removing the plastic thing in step one there aren't any screws

Juan Sanchez - Reply

I tried step one and was only able to peel off the rubber base exposing the double sided tape. I do not see the cover as shown in step 2. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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