Introduction

Replacing the onboard speaker for the RCA CC310.

Remove the 6-7.9mm ph#0 screws on the back and bottom. Remove the one 3.8mm ph#0 screw on the bottom.
  • Remove the 6-7.9mm ph#0 screws on the back and bottom.

  • Remove the one 3.8mm ph#0 screw on the bottom.

  • Remove the two 7.5mm ph#0 screws on the back and bottom.

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Remove 5.8mm ph#1 screw from the side button panel. Slide the viewfinder all the way to the right and remove the 7.9mm ph#0 screw.
  • Remove 5.8mm ph#1 screw from the side button panel.

  • Slide the viewfinder all the way to the right and remove the 7.9mm ph#0 screw.

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Pry along the seam on the top side near the buttons with a spudger. Pry along the seam on the top side near the buttons with a spudger.
  • Pry along the seam on the top side near the buttons with a spudger.

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Pull the left panel away from the rest of the camcorder. Unplug the red speaker cable located at the rear of the device.
  • Pull the left panel away from the rest of the camcorder.

  • Unplug the red speaker cable located at the rear of the device.

  • Be careful to not pull too hard. The speaker cable is still connected to the panel and it can rip.

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Unplug the red cable connecting the speaker to the motherboard. Unplug the red cable connecting the speaker to the motherboard.
  • Unplug the red cable connecting the speaker to the motherboard.

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Locate the speaker on the removed panel. Find the groove on the top left side of the speaker. Pry the plastic up with a spudger until the glue breaks and the speaker is detached.
  • Locate the speaker on the removed panel. Find the groove on the top left side of the speaker.

  • Pry the plastic up with a spudger until the glue breaks and the speaker is detached.

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Break the plastic pieces holding the cable to the panel.
  • Break the plastic pieces holding the cable to the panel.

  • Glue the new cables, with a hot glue gun, back to the panel after replacing the speaker.

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Glue the new speaker to the panel. Plug the cable back into the motherboard. Plug the cable back into the motherboard.
  • Glue the new speaker to the panel.

  • Plug the cable back into the motherboard.

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Conclusion

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

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