Introduction

This guide will show the user how to access and clean or replace the speaker in the Leapfrog My Own Leaptop.

  1. Flip over device so that back portion of the device is facing you.
    • Flip over device so that back portion of the device is facing you.

  2. Unscrew the one 10mm screw that holds the battery cover in place with a a PH1 phillips head screwdriver.
    • Unscrew the one 10mm screw that holds the battery cover in place with a a PH1 phillips head screwdriver.

    • Please note that the screw cannot be removed as it is attached to the battery cover.

    • Carefully pry the batteries out with a plastic opening tool prying from the non spring side.

    • Remove the three AA batteries.

    • Note the direction of the batteries for when reassembling.

    • Remove the eleven 10mm screws from the back of the device with a a PH1 phillips head screwdriver.

    • Carefully remove back of the device.

    • Make sure not to rip the wires when lifting the cover off.

    • Unscrew the two 7.5 mm screws to the left and right of the speaker with a PH1 phillips head screwdriver.

    • Remove the cover and place to the side.

    • Once the cover is removed, gently lift up the speaker making sure not to rip or break the wires.

    • If you are disassembling the device to clean the speaker, clean it at this point with a soft, lightly dampened cloth.

    • Gently turn the speaker over and carefully desolder the white and yellow wires from the speaker.

Conclusion

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

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5 Comments

Thanks for this very useful instruction. Where can I buy a replacement speaker?

-Don

Don La - Reply

I agree, but I also second the question...where can I buy a replacement speaker?

Jimmy Liang - Reply

Where could I purchase a replacement speaker?

Zuzi - Reply

Where could I buy the replacement speaker in Malaysia?

stanley.met - Reply

Where can I buy replacement speaker in Malaysia? Appreciate yr reply

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