Introduction

People like to play their music and sometimes they play it too loud and it blows out their speakers. This will show you how to replace them.

Image 1/3: More than one pick may be needed but avoid placing more than two in the space. Image 2/3: Excessive force on the pick will break the volume button. Image 3/3: Carefully use the metal spundger to remove the back cover.
  • Place an opening pick between the volume button and the back cover.

  • More than one pick may be needed but avoid placing more than two in the space.

  • Excessive force on the pick will break the volume button.

  • Carefully use the metal spundger to remove the back cover.

  • A plastic snap noise is normal due to the tabs on the back cover.

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Image 1/2: Unscrew the four 5 mm screws with the J000 screwdriver that connects the speakers. Image 2/2: Unscrew the four 5 mm screws with the J000 screwdriver that connects the speakers.
  • Use a heavy-duty nylon spudger to remove the tape.

  • Unscrew the four 5 mm screws with the J000 screwdriver that connects the speakers.

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Image 1/2: Do not touch the soldering iron to the motherboard or LCD screen. Image 2/2: Do not touch the soldering iron to the motherboard or LCD screen.
  • Carefully desolder the 4 connections of the speakers.

  • Do not touch the soldering iron to the motherboard or LCD screen.

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Conclusion

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

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