Image 1/3: To do so, find the seam along the outer edge of the device and use the plastic tool to pry the back panel up. Doing so may take some force and patience. Image 2/3: To do so, find the seam along the outer edge of the device and use the plastic tool to pry the back panel up. Doing so may take some force and patience. Image 3/3: To do so, find the seam along the outer edge of the device and use the plastic tool to pry the back panel up. Doing so may take some force and patience.
  • Open up the device by using a plastic opening tool in order to avoid damaging the device.

  • To do so, find the seam along the outer edge of the device and use the plastic tool to pry the back panel up. Doing so may take some force and patience.

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  • There are (4) 3mm T4 Torx screws between both speakers (two each). Remove the ones necessary for whichever speaker needs to be replaced.

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  • After the screws are removed, locate the wire, follow it to where it connects to the main device, and pull up gently until it disconnects.

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  • Remove (2) 3mm T4 Torx screws from the bottom speaker.

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  • Same as Step 3, after the screws are removed, follow the wire to where it connects and pull up gently until it disconnects.

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Conclusion

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

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