Introduction

The Baby Unit Speaker allows sound between the two units. You will need a soldering kit to successfully install a new speaker.

Using precision tweezers, remove the (4) four rubber feet from the bottom of the baby unit. Using a Phillips #1 screwdriver remove the 9.5mm screws that were under the rubber feet. Open the base of the baby unit.
  • Using precision tweezers, remove the (4) four rubber feet from the bottom of the baby unit.

  • Using a Phillips #1 screwdriver remove the 9.5mm screws that were under the rubber feet.

  • Open the base of the baby unit.

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Using the Phillips #1 screwdriver remove the 9.5mm washer head screws holding the speaker in place. Gently lift the speaker by the wires from its plastic base. Gently lift the speaker by the wires from its plastic base.
  • Using the Phillips #1 screwdriver remove the 9.5mm washer head screws holding the speaker in place.

  • Gently lift the speaker by the wires from its plastic base.

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Desolder the wires connecting the speaker to the circuit board. Beware of overheating, the soldering kit is capable of damaging the circuit board.
  • Desolder the wires connecting the speaker to the circuit board.

  • Beware of overheating, the soldering kit is capable of damaging the circuit board.

  • Beware of the potential for personal injury from heated metals.

  • For soldering procedures please refer to iFixit's guide to Soldering Skills.

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Conclusion

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

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