1. Locate the right and left side speaker where the hidden screw is located and remove the rubber piece covering the screw. Locate the right and left side speaker where the hidden screw is located and remove the rubber piece covering the screw. Locate the right and left side speaker where the hidden screw is located and remove the rubber piece covering the screw.
    • Locate the right and left side speaker where the hidden screw is located and remove the rubber piece covering the screw.

  2. Using a Philips #00 screwdriver, remove the hidden screws from both sides. Using a Philips #00 screwdriver, remove the hidden screws from both sides.
    • Using a Philips #00 screwdriver, remove the hidden screws from both sides.

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  4. Use a guitar pick or any opening tool to pry open the housing for the side you want to replace the speaker. Use a guitar pick or any opening tool to pry open the housing for the side you want to replace the speaker. Use a guitar pick or any opening tool to pry open the housing for the side you want to replace the speaker.
    • Use a guitar pick or any opening tool to pry open the housing for the side you want to replace the speaker.

  5. Right side can be de-soldered right away but the left side speaker solder connection to the board is covered by rubber material which needs to be removed first before it can be de-soldered. Right side can be de-soldered right away but the left side speaker solder connection to the board is covered by rubber material which needs to be removed first before it can be de-soldered. Right side can be de-soldered right away but the left side speaker solder connection to the board is covered by rubber material which needs to be removed first before it can be de-soldered.
    • Right side can be de-soldered right away but the left side speaker solder connection to the board is covered by rubber material which needs to be removed first before it can be de-soldered.

  6. Once the speakers have been de-soldered, replace with new ones.
    • Once the speakers have been de-soldered, replace with new ones.

Conclusion

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

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