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  1. Repairing Logitech H800 Wireless Headset Fix the rattling on the right ear piece., Repairing Logitech H800 Wireless Headset Fix the rattling on the right ear piece.: step 1, image 1 of 1
    • Remove the foam speaker cover. Locate (4) T5 Torx screws and remove.

  2. Repairing Logitech H800 Wireless Headset Fix the rattling on the right ear piece.: step 2, image 1 of 1
    • Remove (3) Phillips #000 screws.

    • Remove circuit board

  3. Repairing Logitech H800 Wireless Headset Fix the rattling on the right ear piece.: step 3, image 1 of 2 Repairing Logitech H800 Wireless Headset Fix the rattling on the right ear piece.: step 3, image 2 of 2
    • Optional, remove media buttons section by removing (3) Phillips #000 screws.

    • Cut a circular piece of foam and stuff it under the center section.

    • You are now finished! Just reassemble

Conclusion

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

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Please, can you help with silencing the low battery sound?

Houssam - Reply

OMG.. Best tutorial! I was looking at completing this and then stumbled upon your post.

The button rattle was driving me nuts!

TropiKalSTORM - Reply

Warning: this is a huge pain! I can confirm it does work though, so thank you!

Some tips:

- After removing the 4 Torx, fully extend the adjustable arm of the right earpiece/headband, it will make it easier to remove the cover

- There are very thin delicate wires connecting the PCB to the earpiece, making everything more difficult

- I could not generate enough torque with my thin stainless jewelers screwdrivers, trying as hard as I could. I recommend a large handle screwdriver. I ended up putting my jewelers screwdriver in my drill, this worked perfectly.

- I used a cut up earplug for the foam, works well, but was hard to shove into place

- Remember to put the sliding switch back into place before putting the screws in for the PCB when putting back together

Joey - Reply

Can anybody help me with the on/off (bluetooth/stick) switch? It’s the worst button ever. Function only after 5 or 6 tries. Ruining my nails every time. Is it replacable?

Peter Claassen - Reply

My kitty got a hold of my Logitech H800 and chewed on the microphone - I was wondering if there is a step on how to replace the microphone on the Logitech H800?

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