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Resonator Removal:
  • Resonator Removal:

    • Open bass resonator.

    • Twist circular resonator until it reaches maximum height extension.

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Screw Removal: Remove the four 1.2 cm screws at the base of the resonator using a Philips head screwdriver. Remove the four 1.2 cm screws at the base of the resonator using a Philips head screwdriver.
  • Screw Removal:

    • Remove the four 1.2 cm screws at the base of the resonator using a Philips head screwdriver.

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Base Separation: Separate the resonator portion from the base of device to reveal the middle casing.
  • Base Separation:

    • Separate the resonator portion from the base of device to reveal the middle casing.

    • Gently lift the middle layer to remove the black separator plate.

      • Caution: excessive force may damage the black and red speaker wires and the function of your device.

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Circuit Board Removal: Lift the black separator plate to reveal the circuit board.
  • Circuit Board Removal:

    • Lift the black separator plate to reveal the circuit board.

    • Remove the circuit board by lifting and sliding the board by the back end, opposite to the LED indicator, away from the LED indicator.

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Audio Wire Locating Locate the audio wire beneath the circuit board and adjacent to the battery component in the bottom layer of the device.
  • Audio Wire Locating

    • Locate the audio wire beneath the circuit board and adjacent to the battery component in the bottom layer of the device.

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Removal Use glue remover to loosen the applicant holding in the existing wire.
  • Removal

    • Use glue remover to loosen the applicant holding in the existing wire.

    • Gently pull the wire out of the glue and use an X-acto knife to cut it from the existing connection.

      • This can be done by either removing the whole wire from the glue, or finding where it is broken and removal from that area.

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  • Replacement

    • Obtain new audio wire from manufacturer.

    • From the area that you removed the audio wire, you will need to splice the new one to the rest of the original existing audio wire.

      • If you do not know how to splice please reference an online guide for splicing.

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Conclusion

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

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