Parts

No parts required.

Image 1/1: Do this by turning the leftmost knob counter-clockwise as until the line points to "off."
  • First be sure to turn the power switch to the off position.

  • Do this by turning the leftmost knob counter-clockwise as until the line points to "off."

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Image 1/3: On the back of the device locate the battery cover. Image 2/3: Remove it by pushing down on the clip. Image 3/3: Then pull the piece of fabric until the battery comes out.
  • Now remove the battery.

  • On the back of the device locate the battery cover.

  • Remove it by pushing down on the clip.

  • Then pull the piece of fabric until the battery comes out.

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Image 1/2: Once unscrewed, do not try to take each screw out. Move to next step once all screwed have been unscrewed. Image 2/2: Once unscrewed, do not try to take each screw out. Move to next step once all screwed have been unscrewed.
  • Use the long, skinny phillips head screwdriver to remove the 4 7/16" screws on the back of the device in the four corners.

  • Once unscrewed, do not try to take each screw out. Move to next step once all screwed have been unscrewed.

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  • Now pull the back panel off and place it down as shown. Pull the panel straight up so you do not lose the screws.

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Image 1/1: [guide|750|If you haven't soldered before check out this guide.]

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  • Remove the two 7/16" screws located in the bottom left and top right corners with a phillips head screw driver. After removing the screws, the metal clips will need to be removed as well.

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  • You may now remove the speaker by pulling it straight out.

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Conclusion

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

MacKinley

Member since: 10/22/2013

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So where do we find a replacement speaker? If no parts are required what is the point in taking the speaker out?

Patrick Gillett - Reply

This speaker unavailable in Marlins. Any online sources. How should an untutored amateur repairer describe the replacement in order to get the right thing

Patrick Gillett - Reply

Any speaker that will fit should work. Might want to check to make sure the Watts they consume are the same. I imagine that if you put a speaker in that consumes more Watts you could potentially over heat the power supply or other components.

MacKinley - Reply

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