Introduction

The earpiece unit on the Plantronics Voyager Legend consists of a soft-plastic earpiece, a plastic housing, a wire assembly, and the actual speaker unit. The assembly is held together by glue and snaps making disassembly difficult.

Image 1/3: Depress the soft, plastic earpiece.  While depressed, rotate the earpiece counterclockwise ninety degrees. Image 2/3: List the soft, plastic earpiece out of its position. Image 3/3: List the soft, plastic earpiece out of its position.
  • Remove the soft, plastic earpiece.

  • Depress the soft, plastic earpiece. While depressed, rotate the earpiece counterclockwise ninety degrees.

  • List the soft, plastic earpiece out of its position.

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Image 1/1: The heating softens the adhesive that holds the assembly together, and the assembly may need to be reheated to complete the dis-assembly process.
  • Heat the earpiece assembly with a heat gun (a hair dryer will work if a heat gun is not available).

  • The heating softens the adhesive that holds the assembly together, and the assembly may need to be reheated to complete the dis-assembly process.

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  • The two snaps that combine with the adhesive to hold the assembly together are located in the neck of the earpiece unit.

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Image 1/2: Use the pointed end of a small, metal Spudger to loosen the two tabs that hold the earpiece assembly together. Image 2/2: While glue is soft and snaps are loosened, remove the entire top half of the earpiece housing.
  • Remove the top half of the earpiece assembly.

  • Use the pointed end of a small, metal Spudger to loosen the two tabs that hold the earpiece assembly together.

  • While glue is soft and snaps are loosened, remove the entire top half of the earpiece housing.

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Image 1/3: With the copper backing plate displayed, use the pointed end of a small, metal Spudger to disassemble the speaker housing. Image 2/3: Using the pointed end of the small, metal Spudger, lift the copper, backing plate away from the speaker unit. Image 3/3: Using the pointed end of the small, metal Spudger, lift the copper, backing plate away from the speaker unit.
  • Remove the speaker housing.

  • With the copper backing plate displayed, use the pointed end of a small, metal Spudger to disassemble the speaker housing.

  • Using the pointed end of the small, metal Spudger, lift the copper, backing plate away from the speaker unit.

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  • Use Precision Tweezers to remove the protective screen from the front of the speaker unit.

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Image 1/3: When disconnecting leads, always disconnect as near as possible to the component being replaced, to allow room for reattachment. Image 2/3: Locate the leads that connect to the back of the speaker unit. Image 3/3: Disconnect the leads from the back of the speaker unit.
  • Remove the speaker unit and solder a new unit in place.

  • When disconnecting leads, always disconnect as near as possible to the component being replaced, to allow room for reattachment.

  • Locate the leads that connect to the back of the speaker unit.

  • Disconnect the leads from the back of the speaker unit.

  • Remove the speaker unit, and replace by soldering the leads back into their correct locations.

  • Refer to the iFixit soldering guide for assistance with soldering.

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Conclusion

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

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