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Introduction

If your LG Stylo 2 Plus sounds muffled or is incapable if making sounds, it might be time to replace the speaker unit. Speaker replacement on this device is a simple task, but you need to remember to gentle; the back is made of plastic and can break.

  1. To remove the rear case of the phone, insert the spudger into the opening on the back of the case. With the spudger parallel to the frame of the phone, slide it along the edge, forcing the casing to pop off. With the spudger parallel to the frame of the phone, slide it along the edge, forcing the casing to pop off.
    • To remove the rear case of the phone, insert the spudger into the opening on the back of the case.

    • With the spudger parallel to the frame of the phone, slide it along the edge, forcing the casing to pop off.

  2. To remove the battery, insert your fingernail or the flat end of the spudger into the dimple at the bottom of the battery and lift upwards. Firmly grasp the battery and remove from the phone. Firmly grasp the battery and remove from the phone.
    • To remove the battery, insert your fingernail or the flat end of the spudger into the dimple at the bottom of the battery and lift upwards.

    • Firmly grasp the battery and remove from the phone.

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  4. Remove the cover from the phone in order to access the speaker. Using the JIS #000 screwdriver, remove the four 4mm screws around the base of the mid-frame.
    • Remove the cover from the phone in order to access the speaker.

    • Using the JIS #000 screwdriver, remove the four 4mm screws around the base of the mid-frame.

  5. Insert the metal spudger in the dimple at the base of the mid-frame. Pry upward, removing bottom section of the mid-frame from the phone.
    • Insert the metal spudger in the dimple at the base of the mid-frame.

    • Pry upward, removing bottom section of the mid-frame from the phone.

  6. Flip the bottom piece of the mid-frame over to show the speaker in the bottom right corner. Using the tweezers, peel back the rubber resting on top of the speaker. Still using the tweezers, grasp the speaker unit and remove it from the mid-frame.
    • Flip the bottom piece of the mid-frame over to show the speaker in the bottom right corner.

    • Using the tweezers, peel back the rubber resting on top of the speaker.

    • Still using the tweezers, grasp the speaker unit and remove it from the mid-frame.

Conclusion

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

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