Introduction

The Logitech UE Boombox has two tweeter speakers that may need replacement due to use over time. They are essential for receiving high quality sound.

Image 1/2: Once the power button cover is slightly opened, use your fingers to remove the power button cover. Image 2/2: Once the power button cover is slightly opened, use your fingers to remove the power button cover.
  • Use a metal spudger to pry open the power button cover.

  • Once the power button cover is slightly opened, use your fingers to remove the power button cover.

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  • Press firmly on the end of the latch and pull the two-wire connector away from the base to separate.

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  • Firmly press on the end of the latch and pull the four-wire connector away from the base to separate.

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Image 1/3: Once unlocked, pull straight up on the connector to remove. Image 2/3: Once unlocked, pull straight up on the connector to remove. Image 3/3: Once unlocked, pull straight up on the connector to remove.
  • Lightly, pry up on each side of the black band connector lock using your fingertips.

  • Once unlocked, pull straight up on the connector to remove.

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Image 1/2: Remove the one silver 16mm Phillips #2 screws from the black plastic side panel. Image 2/2: Remove the black plastic screw panel from the boombox.
  • Remove the five black 14mm Phillips #2 screws from the black plastic side panel.

  • Remove the one silver 16mm Phillips #2 screws from the black plastic side panel.

  • Remove the black plastic screw panel from the boombox.

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Image 1/2: Remove the panel with your fingers once the volume rocker is slightly opened. Image 2/2: Remove the panel with your fingers once the volume rocker is slightly opened.
  • On the opposite side of the device, pry open the volume rocker with a metal spudger.

  • Remove the panel with your fingers once the volume rocker is slightly opened.

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Image 1/3: Remove the one silver16 mm Phillips #2 screw from the black plastic side panel. Image 2/3: Once all screws are removed, take the screw panel out of the device to gain access to the back of the panel. Image 3/3: Once all screws are removed, take the screw panel out of the device to gain access to the back of the panel.
  • Remove the five black 14mm Phillips #2 screws from the black plastic side panel.

  • Remove the one silver16 mm Phillips #2 screw from the black plastic side panel.

  • Once all screws are removed, take the screw panel out of the device to gain access to the back of the panel.

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  • Firmly press on the end of the latch and pull the two-wire connector away from the base.

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  • Pull up on the aluminum boombox handle to remove.

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  • Use a metal spudger to pry the rubber base apart from the aluminum grille.

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  • Pull the rubber base away from the boombox.

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Image 1/1: There should be a total of eight screws removed in this step.
  • Remove the four black 7.5mm Phillips #2 screws on each side of the device.

  • There should be a total of eight screws removed in this step.

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  • Pull vertically on the speaker grille to remove it from the boombox.

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Image 1/3: Separate the two halves by gently pulling them apart. Image 2/3: Separate the two halves by gently pulling them apart. Image 3/3: Separate the two halves by gently pulling them apart.
  • Remove the fifteen 13.0 mm Phillips #2 screws from the side of the device containing two speakers.

  • Separate the two halves by gently pulling them apart.

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Image 1/1: One tweeter speaker is adjacent to primary speaker and the other is below the motherboard.
  • Locate the two tweeter speakers.

  • One tweeter speaker is adjacent to primary speaker and the other is below the motherboard.

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  • Remove the two 7.0 mm screws Phillips #2.

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Image 1/2: Desolder the black connecting wire using the Soldering Iron. Image 2/2: Soldering Iron will be hot and surrounding plastic can easily be damaged.
  • Using flat-head Tweezers lift tweeter speaker at an angle by the black connecting wire.

  • Desolder the black connecting wire using the Soldering Iron.

  • Soldering Iron will be hot and surrounding plastic can easily be damaged.

  • For soldering help, check out the How to Solder and Desolder Connections guide.

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Image 1/1: Simultaneously unsolder the thin silver wire using the Soldering Iron while lifting tweeter speaker away from the device using flat-head Tweezers.
  • Hold the tweeter speaker by the newly disconnected end using flat-head Tweezers.

  • Simultaneously unsolder the thin silver wire using the Soldering Iron while lifting tweeter speaker away from the device using flat-head Tweezers.

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  • Remove the two 7.0 mm screws with a Phillips #2.

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  • Unsolder the black connecting wire using Soldering Iron.

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Image 1/1: Simultaneously unsolder the thin silver connecting wire using soldering iron while lifting tweeter speaker away from device using flat-head tweezers.
  • Hold tweeter speaker by newly disconnected end using flat-head tweezers.

  • Simultaneously unsolder the thin silver connecting wire using soldering iron while lifting tweeter speaker away from device using flat-head tweezers.

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Conclusion

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

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