Introduction

If the speakers not working, or they are only making a static noise, then replacing them will fix the sound of the NABI XD.

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  • Use the plastic opening tool at the top left corner seam, then pry the corner apart.

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Image 1/1: There are small plastic clips that need to be release. Gently apply outwards pressure until the clips give.
  • Next slide the plastic opening tool across the sides of the Nabi. It will slowly open.

  • There are small plastic clips that need to be release. Gently apply outwards pressure until the clips give.

  • Go around the NABI XD and separate the rear panel from the device.

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  • Place your fingernails on both sides of the connector and pull it straight back away from the holder.

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Image 1/1: To remove battery, lift the battery up from the motherboard.
  • Battery is glued to the base, lift carefully.

  • To remove battery, lift the battery up from the motherboard.

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Image 1/2: Disconnect the left (L) speaker wire from the charging port by grabbing it on both sides with the tweezers and pulling straight back. Image 2/2: Disconnect the left (L) speaker wire from the charging port by grabbing it on both sides with the tweezers and pulling straight back.
  • Remove the two 4mm Phillips screws with the PH#0 screwdriver.

  • Disconnect the left (L) speaker wire from the charging port by grabbing it on both sides with the tweezers and pulling straight back.

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Image 1/1: Lift the charging port from the NABI XD.
  • Use your fingernails or a spudger to flip up the small retaining flap, then pull the ribbon straight back to remove

  • Lift the charging port from the NABI XD.

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Image 1/3: Use the Precision Tweezers to gently pull the ribbons straight out of the connectors. Image 2/3: You need to remove 4 ribbons Image 3/3: You need to remove 4 ribbons
  • To remove the marked ribbons, use your fingernails or a spudger to lift up small tab

  • Use the Precision Tweezers to gently pull the ribbons straight out of the connectors.

  • You need to remove 4 ribbons

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Image 1/3: To disconnect antenna wire, use the tweezers  to pry connector straight from the board. Image 2/3: To disconnect antenna wire, use the tweezers  to pry connector straight from the board. Image 3/3: To disconnect antenna wire, use the tweezers  to pry connector straight from the board.
  • Disconnect the camera by lifting the ribbon straight up. Also disconnect the remaining ribbon by lifting up gently.

  • To disconnect antenna wire, use the tweezers to pry connector straight from the board.

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  • Disconnect the Right speaker by grabbing the wire head by its sides and pulling it back from the connector.

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  • Remove the four 4mm Phillips screws with the PH#0 screwdriver.

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  • Lift the motherboard up away from the Nabi XD.

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Image 1/3: Remove one 4mm Phillips screw. Image 2/3: Use the metal spudger to separate the speaker from the frame. Image 3/3: The speaker is glued to the Nabi XD it will require some force to separate them.
  • Right (R) speaker removal:

    • Remove one 4mm Phillips screw.

  • Use the metal spudger to separate the speaker from the frame.

  • The speaker is glued to the Nabi XD it will require some force to separate them.

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Image 1/2: The wire in this step, is connected to the charging port. Removing it, is shown in detail on step 6. Image 2/2: The wire in this step, is connected to the charging port. Removing it, is shown in detail on step 6.
  • Remove the left (L) speaker wire from the frame by pulling it to the side and up.

  • The wire in this step, is connected to the charging port. Removing it, is shown in detail on step 6.

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Image 1/3: Remove two 4mm Phillips screws. Image 2/3: Use the metal spudger to separate the speaker from the frame. Image 3/3: Use the metal spudger to separate the speaker from the frame.
  • Left (L) speaker removal:

    • Remove two 4mm Phillips screws.

  • Use the metal spudger to separate the speaker from the frame.

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Conclusion

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

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