Introduction

A speaker in an acoustic device that plays music out loud held connected inside a device. It is usually built in-place so disassembly will be involved.

Parts

No parts required.

  • First, open the dust cover and grab it by the hinges and pull up until it slides out.

  • Then, using a screwdriver unscrew the 3 screws on each side and remove the top layer of the record player. The top should pop out.

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You should see the speakers(one on both side). From here, you want to unscrew the three screws holding them in place, using the same head as the previous step. You should see the speakers(one on both side). From here, you want to unscrew the three screws holding them in place, using the same head as the previous step.
  • You should see the speakers(one on both side). From here, you want to unscrew the three screws holding them in place, using the same head as the previous step.

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Carefully remove the speakers from the device, being careful not to harm any components of the speaker.
  • Carefully remove the speakers from the device, being careful not to harm any components of the speaker.

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Once the speaker is out of the device, you should use a soldering iron to take off the wires on the current broken speaker, and put them to the new speaker using a soldering iron.
  • Once the speaker is out of the device, you should use a soldering iron to take off the wires on the current broken speaker, and put them to the new speaker using a soldering iron.

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Conclusion

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

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