Place your thumb in the groove on the back of handset. Next, push down with your thumb and then slide the battery cover towards the bottom of the phone to remove the battery cover.
  • Place your thumb in the groove on the back of handset. Next, push down with your thumb and then slide the battery cover towards the bottom of the phone to remove the battery cover.

To remove the battery, gently pull up on the white connector located on the left side of the phone. To remove the battery, gently pull up on the white connector located on the left side of the phone.
  • To remove the battery, gently pull up on the white connector located on the left side of the phone.

Remove the four screws, located at each of the corners within the back encasing, with a small Phillips head screwdriver.
  • Remove the four screws, located at each of the corners within the back encasing, with a small Phillips head screwdriver.

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Insert a small flathead screwdriver between the face plate and the back of the handset. Gently pry open the handset. You may need to insert the flathead screwdiver at multiple points in order to open the handset.
  • Insert a small flathead screwdriver between the face plate and the back of the handset.

  • Gently pry open the handset. You may need to insert the flathead screwdiver at multiple points in order to open the handset.

Using a small Phillips head screwdriver, remove the single screw (located at the top right) holding the circuit board in place.
  • Using a small Phillips head screwdriver, remove the single screw (located at the top right) holding the circuit board in place.

Lift up the circuit board to expose the keypad. Be careful not to disconnect the two wires that connect the speaker to the circuit board.
  • Lift up the circuit board to expose the keypad.

  • Be careful not to disconnect the two wires that connect the speaker to the circuit board.

  • Also, notice the two wires located at the bottom when lifting the circuit board, as these are apart of the charger.

Gently lift out speaker using a small flathead screwdriver.
  • Gently lift out speaker using a small flathead screwdriver.

Set the speaker with the wires still attached on a flat surface. Place the tip of the soldering iron next to one of the leads until you are able to lift up the wire.
  • Set the speaker with the wires still attached on a flat surface. Place the tip of the soldering iron next to one of the leads until you are able to lift up the wire.

  • Repeat this process for the other lead.

  • Be sure you replace the wires at the same location on the new speaker.

Conclusion

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

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