Introduction

The speakers are the two circular objects inside the device. This guide will detail the steps in how to replace a damaged speaker.

Image 1/1: Remove the 3 AAA batteries.
  • Remove the back cover by sliding it off.

  • Remove the 3 AAA batteries.

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Image 1/3: NOTE: A larger screwdriver head and more force may be required for damaged screws. Image 2/3: Remove the triangular end piece by pulling it straight off. Image 3/3: Remove the triangular end piece by pulling it straight off.
  • Unscrew the nine exterior screws on the back panel using a PH0-size Philips-head screwdriver.

    • NOTE: A larger screwdriver head and more force may be required for damaged screws.

  • Remove the triangular end piece by pulling it straight off.

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Image 1/2: Pry off the back battery panel with the plastic opening tool. Image 2/2: NOTE: Be careful to avoid tearing any wires.
  • Remove the colored grill by sliding it off in the direction of the removed end piece.

  • Pry off the back battery panel with the plastic opening tool.

    • NOTE: Be careful to avoid tearing any wires.

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Image 1/2: Pull out the battery plugs from the circuit board by pulling out the plugs to fully remove the back panel from the rest of the speaker. Image 2/2: Pull out the battery plugs from the circuit board by pulling out the plugs to fully remove the back panel from the rest of the speaker.
  • Remove the circuit board by unscrewing the two interior screws located on the circuit board.

  • Pull out the battery plugs from the circuit board by pulling out the plugs to fully remove the back panel from the rest of the speaker.

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Image 1/2: Remove the one screw holding the speaker in place with a PH0 size philips head screw driver. Image 2/2: Remove the one screw holding the speaker in place with a PH0 size philips head screw driver.
  • Locate the speaker needing replacing.

  • Remove the one screw holding the speaker in place with a PH0 size philips head screw driver.

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  • Score the glue that is holding the speaker in place with the spudger, and use your hands to pry off the speaker.

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Image 1/2: Follow the glue instructions as set by the manufacturers. Let the glue set the appropriate amount of time. Image 2/2: Reassemble the device
  • Using a non-conductive glue, carefully seal the speaker to the casing.

  • Follow the glue instructions as set by the manufacturers. Let the glue set the appropriate amount of time.

  • Reassemble the device

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Conclusion

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

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