Introduction

Today we are going to repair the speaker system in the phone. This may be due to simple wire disconnections and may require soldering or a replacement of the system.

Parts

No parts required.

Slide the notch downward while pulling the back cover off to remove it. Slide the notch downward while pulling the back cover off to remove it. Slide the notch downward while pulling the back cover off to remove it.
  • Slide the notch downward while pulling the back cover off to remove it.

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Use your fingers to push the battery upward from the bottom. Lift upwards to remove the battery. Lift upwards to remove the battery.
  • Use your fingers to push the battery upward from the bottom.

  • Lift upwards to remove the battery.

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Unscrew the antenna in a counter-clockwise fashion. Remove the aluminum cover.
  • Unscrew the antenna in a counter-clockwise fashion.

  • Remove the aluminum cover.

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Unscrew the 3 screws shown. Lift up the right part of the Nextel logo and unscrew the screw underneath. Lift up the right part of the Nextel logo and unscrew the screw underneath.
  • Unscrew the 3 screws shown.

  • Lift up the right part of the Nextel logo and unscrew the screw underneath.

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DO NOT force the cover off as it could damage the ribbon cable! Gently lift the back cover off.
  • DO NOT force the cover off as it could damage the ribbon cable!

  • Gently lift the back cover off.

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Carefully pry off the connection between the headphone jack and logic board. Carefully pry off the connection between the headphone jack and logic board. Carefully pry off the connection between the headphone jack and logic board.
  • Carefully pry off the connection between the headphone jack and logic board.

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Use the prying tools to wedge out the circular part of the speaker system. Carefully pull out the wiring and circuit board attached to the speaker system using a prying tool or tweezers. Carefully pull out the wiring and circuit board attached to the speaker system using a prying tool or tweezers.
  • Use the prying tools to wedge out the circular part of the speaker system.

  • Carefully pull out the wiring and circuit board attached to the speaker system using a prying tool or tweezers.

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Conclusion

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

Jorge

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