Introduction

Removing the microphones will allow you to replace them or fix up the connections if your phone is not picking up sound.

Parts

No parts required.

Flip the device over. Using a Phillips #00 screwdriver, remove the black 10mm screw on each three legs of the phone.
  • Flip the device over. Using a Phillips #00 screwdriver, remove the black 10mm screw on each three legs of the phone.

  • Using a Phillips #00 screwdriver, remove the two silver 7mm screws as pictured.

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Gently lift and separate the back housing from the rest of the device. Now you've got the back housing off!
  • Gently lift and separate the back housing from the rest of the device. Now you've got the back housing off!

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  • Gently remove the yellow padding that covers the red and gray microphone wire on each phone leg.

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  • Gently pull up on the black plastic tab connected to the motherboard to disconnect each microphone.

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Conclusion

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

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Does anyone know where to purchase replacement microphones for Soundstation 100's? And if replacing mic's does not resolve the problem, are there any other solutions to address the issue of one's voice starting to drop out after about 10 minutes into a call? Thx

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I encountered an older version. Padding pieces are black. Microphones soldered on board with black & red wires, no plastic tab to disconnect

Putting the thing back together proved to be a challenge : the little display came apart and started shifting all over. Getting that one aligned inside while closing the thing with my fat fingers… . Nasty.

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