Introduction

If the laptops speakers need to be replaced, this guide will be helpful in order to walk you through the process.

Image 1/2: Using a PH1 bit on your screwdriver, begin by removing the top five (30 mm) screws underneath the battery. Image 2/2: Using a PH1 bit on your screwdriver, begin by removing the top five (30 mm) screws underneath the battery.
  • Start by removing the feet near the LCD hinge of the laptop to reveal two screws.

  • Using a PH1 bit on your screwdriver, begin by removing the top five (30 mm) screws underneath the battery.

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  • Once both feet are removed, two (40 mm) screws will reveal themselves. Unscrew these.

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  • Working your way around the outer edges of the Flex 15, remove the 8 (30 mm) outer screws.

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  • Remove the one (40 mm) screw in the middle of the Flex 15.

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Image 1/3: There is a visible line between the bottom shell of the laptop and the laptop body itself. Image 2/3: There is a visible line between the bottom shell of the laptop and the laptop body itself. Image 3/3: There is a visible line between the bottom shell of the laptop and the laptop body itself.
  • Using a plastic opening tool, make your way around the edge of the laptop.

  • There is a visible line between the bottom shell of the laptop and the laptop body itself.

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Image 1/2: Using excessive force may break the bottom plastic. There are plastic clips along the edge of the laptop. Image 2/2: Using excessive force may break the bottom plastic. There are plastic clips along the edge of the laptop.
  • Make sure to pry evenly around this edge and only remove the bottom of the laptop when it is fully loose.

  • Using excessive force may break the bottom plastic. There are plastic clips along the edge of the laptop.

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Image 1/3: Using the screwdriver (PH1 bit), remove the (50 mm) screws on either side of the speaker unit. Image 2/3: Using the screwdriver (PH1 bit), remove the (50 mm) screws on either side of the speaker unit. Image 3/3: Using the screwdriver (PH1 bit), remove the (50 mm) screws on either side of the speaker unit.
  • Locate the speaker unit at the top left hand corner of the Flex 15.

  • Using the screwdriver (PH1 bit), remove the (50 mm) screws on either side of the speaker unit.

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Image 1/2: Pull the wire off by pulling either sides of the black header (do not pull the wire directly as it could break off). Image 2/2: The speaker can be removed carefully.
  • There is a small white socket which a cable of the speakers is plugged into.

  • Pull the wire off by pulling either sides of the black header (do not pull the wire directly as it could break off).

  • The speaker can be removed carefully.

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Conclusion

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

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