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Introduction

This is a guide designed to assist you in removing and replacing the Logitech UE Megaboom Auxiliary and USB Ports.

  1. Locate the ends of the speaker. Put a plastic opening tool in-between the rubber end and the mesh. Apply a upward force in order to pry open the end.
    • Locate the ends of the speaker.

    • Put a plastic opening tool in-between the rubber end and the mesh.

    • Apply a upward force in order to pry open the end.

    • Apply this procedure to the other side as well.

    • Will take force.

    • Using metal tools may permanently mar your device.

    Pry all the way around with the tool as there are “clips” that hold the cap in place all around beneath the cap. Avoid trying to “pull the lid open” from the opening of a half opened lid.

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  2. Take the Jimmy and pry up the rubber strip that has the volume buttons on it. You will hear clicks as it pries up, don't worry. Remove all the rubber you pried off.
    • Take the Jimmy and pry up the rubber strip that has the volume buttons on it.

    • You will hear clicks as it pries up, don't worry.

    • Remove all the rubber you pried off.

  3. Use tweezers to lift end of plastic retainer on edge of mesh out of its channel. Work the plastic retainer out of the channel all the way around the speaker.
    • Use tweezers to lift end of plastic retainer on edge of mesh out of its channel.

    • Work the plastic retainer out of the channel all the way around the speaker.

    • Be gentle, it is easy to damage the fabric.

    • Repeat for other side.

    No need to remove fabric or remove both sides.

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  4. Apply an upward force with your thumbs to loosen the end cap. Grasp the end cap and lift up to seperate it from the base. Grasp the end cap and lift up to seperate it from the base.
    • Apply an upward force with your thumbs to loosen the end cap.

    • Grasp the end cap and lift up to seperate it from the base.

  5. Use tweezers or an opening tool to remove the plastic insert on the inside of the rubber seal. Push up on the rectangular connector from the bottom to loosen the circuit board. Push up on the rectangular connector from the bottom to loosen the circuit board.
    • Use tweezers or an opening tool to remove the plastic insert on the inside of the rubber seal.

    • Push up on the rectangular connector from the bottom to loosen the circuit board.

  6. Now grasp the plastic on the outside of the rubber seal and pull it out by applying an upward force. Once the plastic has been removed, pull out the circuit board containing the auxiliary and USB ports.
    • Now grasp the plastic on the outside of the rubber seal and pull it out by applying an upward force.

    • Once the plastic has been removed, pull out the circuit board containing the auxiliary and USB ports.

    Hi. Currently i live in paris.

    i had bought UE megaboom few months ago whis is a great Bluetooth speaker off course and few days ago I tried to dismantle my speaker just for an experiment but during that I completely messed my speaker, actually the circuit board containing the auxiliary and USB ports got destroyed.

    So i want replace that board, Can i buy that circuit board? If yes please tell me where can i find it.

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Conclusion

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

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How can I purchase this part being replaced thanks

Joseph Anderson - Reply

where can i get that part the whole board usb aux i need to replace due to water damage

jdw vlogs - Reply

I also need this part due to water damage. Where Do I order this entire motherboard at?

dersert6bunnie - Reply

I don’t think you can buy the parts new. Try buying a used/broken speaker for parts that has a working part that you need.

Nick Johnston - Reply

I have the same speaker model, with the problem that does not charge the battery. I would like to know if it is a problem with the battery or the charge controller.

Harol Abreu - Reply

Where can I buy the parts

Cheyenne Ng - Reply

WARNING: As people also noticed in the battery replacement guide comments, when your goal is to only replace the Audio Jack/Micro USB logic board (or the battery) this guide is unnecessarily complicate.

You only have to open one side where the logic board resides.

There are two plastic rings that hold the logic board and rubber seal in position. Using only the plastic opening tool, first remove the inner plastic ring, second remove the outer plastic ring (black color and hidden under the rubber see), third remove the logic board. After the logic board is removed, you can also replace the battery.

The procedure is shown in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwD5BpOk...

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