Introduction

If you can't hear the other line, then your speaker is broken. Use this guide in order to replace the damaged speakerphone speaker.

Flip the phone over to view the back. Remove the power and phone cords. Remove the power and phone cords.
  • Flip the phone over to view the back.

  • Remove the power and phone cords.

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Remove the seven 8mm Phillips #2 screws.
  • Remove the seven 8mm Phillips #2 screws.

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Lift up the back cover slowly because there are still wires attached to the circuit board. Lifting the back cover should not require a lot of force; simply lift with your fingertips.
  • Lift up the back cover slowly because there are still wires attached to the circuit board.

  • Lifting the back cover should not require a lot of force; simply lift with your fingertips.

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Disconnect the rubber piece by pulling it out of the slot, freeing the back cover completely.
  • Disconnect the rubber piece by pulling it out of the slot, freeing the back cover completely.

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Remove the six 8mm Phillips #2 screws. Pull the speaker phone cover straight up.
  • Remove the six 8mm Phillips #2 screws.

  • Pull the speaker phone cover straight up.

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Lift the speaker straight up.
  • Lift the speaker straight up.

  • The speaker may need to be slightly wiggled in order to loosen and remove.

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Cut the red and white wires as close to the speaker as possible.
  • Cut the red and white wires as close to the speaker as possible.

  • Wire cutters are preferred, but normal scissors are fine too.

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Solder wires to new speaker. Solder wires to new speaker.
  • Solder wires to new speaker.

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Conclusion

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

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