Introduction

This a guide designed to assist you in removing and replacing both speakers present in your Logitech UE Megaboom speaker.

  1. Locate the ends of the speaker.
    • 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.

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  2. Take the Jimmy and pry up the rubber strip that has the volume buttons on it.
    • 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.

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    • 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.

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    • Pull up on the top cover which contains the auxiliary and USB ports in order to remove it from the base.

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    • Pull on white strip to remove battery.

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    • Insert a opening tool between the grating and the body of the speaker

    • Pry up allowing the tabs to pop out of place.

    • There will be an audible sound when the tabs have begun to pop out of place.

    • Apply the same procedure to the grating covering the second speaker.

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    • Use a opening tool to push the thin metal rod located on the side of the speaker out.

    • Using needle nose pliers grasp the rod and pull the rod out of the speaker until fully removed.

    • Remove the remaining three rods.

    • One is located on the same side and two are located on the other speaker.

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    • Insert a opening tool between the speaker and the base

    • Pry up allowing the speaker tabs to pop out of place

    • Find and disconnect the wire from the motherboard by pulling in an upward motion.

    • Apply the same procedure to the second speaker.

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Conclusion

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

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Thank you! I was able to glue one of the passive radiators back in place.

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Where can I find a speaker replacement? Thanks for your time

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