Introduction

This repair guide shows how to replace a bad speaker.

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  • Press down on the back button while pulling away from the body of the phone to release the back cover.

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  • Remove the battery from the phone by gently pulling upward on the battery with your fingers.

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Image 1/2: Once the antenna has passed the threading, pull out. Image 2/2: Once the antenna has passed the threading, pull out.
  • Unscrew and remove the antenna by gripping the base and twisting clockwise.

  • Once the antenna has passed the threading, pull out.

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Image 1/2: The first screw is underneath where the antenna was and the other is visible to the right. Image 2/2: The first screw is underneath where the antenna was and the other is visible to the right.
  • Remove the screws from the upper side of the phone with the T6 Torx screwdriver.

  • The first screw is underneath where the antenna was and the other is visible to the right.

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Image 1/3: Using a twist and pry motion seperate the bottom plate and work your way to the right. Image 2/3: This can be somewhat difficult and require a good deal of work. Image 3/3: This can be somewhat difficult and require a good deal of work.
  • Insert the spudger under the left corner of the bottom plate.

  • Using a twist and pry motion seperate the bottom plate and work your way to the right.

  • This can be somewhat difficult and require a good deal of work.

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  • Use the T6 Torx screwdriver to remove the bottom two screws.

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Image 1/2: There is one clasp on either side that needs to be removed before the keys come off. Image 2/2: This step is extremely hard and may require time, strength, endurance, and multiple spudgers.
  • Insert the spudger between the key plate and the back of the phone and work your way around the edge of the phone to pop keys off.

  • There is one clasp on either side that needs to be removed before the keys come off.

  • This step is extremely hard and may require time, strength, endurance, and multiple spudgers.

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Image 1/3: Use the spludger to pry off the plug that connects pressure pad to the logic board. Image 2/3: Remove the pressure pad. Image 3/3: Remove the pressure pad.
  • Pull the pressure plate forward to expose the logic board.

  • Use the spludger to pry off the plug that connects pressure pad to the logic board.

  • Remove the pressure pad.

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  • Use the spudger to pry off the plug that connects logic board to the screen.

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  • Remove the logic board.

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  • Use the spudger take the speaker out.

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Conclusion

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

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