Introduction

The motherboard is the most important part of the Jabra CRUISER2. It controls the device. This guide will tell you step-by-step how to remove the motherboard so you can replace it with a functioning one.

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  • Use the iOpener tool to unglue the adhesive of the device. The link to the iOpener instructions are listed below.

  • iOpener Instructions

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Image 1/1: Pull the tool toward the back of the device to pry it open.
  • Place the flat head of the bigger plastic opening tool in between the front plate and back plate.

  • Pull the tool toward the back of the device to pry it open.

  • Repeat this process over all edges of the device.

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  • Open up the device by pulling the front plate straight up from the back plate.

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  • Carefully detach the wire running from the speaker to the motherboard by unplugging it from the white socket.

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Image 1/1: The names of the screwdriver heads are listed on the sides of each head.
  • Using the PH000, unscrew the three 4.55 mm screws in the motherboard.

  • The names of the screwdriver heads are listed on the sides of each head.

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  • Remove the motherboard from the device by lifting it up from the back plate.

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Conclusion

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

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