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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. 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.

  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.

  4. Pull on white strip to remove battery.
    • Pull on white strip to remove battery.

    • - Remove inner plastic gasket on circuit board.

    • - Remove 2nd plastic gasket around outer circuit board edge, under rubber gasket.

    • - Gently pry circuit board up out of recess.

  5. Insert a opening tool between the grating and the body of the speaker Pry up allowing the tabs to pop out of place.
    • 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.

  6. 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.
    • 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.

  7. 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.
    • 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.

Conclusion

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

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5 Comments

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

Nick Johnston - Reply

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

Aldrynaldryn - Reply

I’ve got the same issue. Where can i find the speaker replacement?

Fred BlacKshadow - Reply

For those looking for replacement speakers - either directly from Logitech ( $$$ ) or find a broken one on eBay that’s been water logged or some such thing and recover the speakers from that (since they are waterproof speakers)

Thanks for the article - turns out one of my speaker grills had popped loose and was imitating a blown speaker!

Glenn Griffin - Reply

yes! same issue!

i bought a replacement speaker (which i still have if anyone is looking), but it was a speaker grill stopper that had come unglued and vibrated - sounding exactly as if a blown speaker or radiator.

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