Introduction

This page is for disassembling the speaker inside the device. Before following these steps, please refer to the Disassembling VTech MobiGo Touch Learning System Case Guide first.

Remove the battery covers and the four batteries.
  • Remove the battery covers and the four batteries.

Add Comment

Remove the four plastic caps with a metal spudger to expose the 6.0 mm Philips JIS #0 case screws. Remove the eight 6.0 mm JIS #0 case screws.
  • Remove the four plastic caps with a metal spudger to expose the 6.0 mm Philips JIS #0 case screws.

  • Remove the eight 6.0 mm JIS #0 case screws.

Add Comment

Using a plastic opening tool, separate the two pieces of the case carefully. Using a plastic opening tool, separate the two pieces of the case carefully.
  • Using a plastic opening tool, separate the two pieces of the case carefully.

Add Comment

The speaker will be attached to the back of the case. Unscrew the two 6.0 mm Philips J0 screws.
  • The speaker will be attached to the back of the case.

  • Unscrew the two 6.0 mm Philips J0 screws.

  • Careful! The wires are still attached to the back of the case and to the speakers.

Add Comment

Lift the round speaker with a plastic opening tool. Remove the two wires connected to the speaker.
  • Lift the round speaker with a plastic opening tool.

  • Remove the two wires connected to the speaker.

    • You can use wire cutters or regular needle nose pliers to disconnect the wires from the speaker.

  • Once the wires are disconnected, remove the speaker from the back of the case.

Add Comment

Solder the wires to the appropriate spots on the new speaker, making sure that both wires are properly connected. The wires may be hot.
  • Solder the wires to the appropriate spots on the new speaker, making sure that both wires are properly connected.

  • The wires may be hot.

Add Comment

Insert the new speaker into the hatch located in the middle part of the panel using a plastic spudger. Make sure the speaker is the right size for the panel.
  • Insert the new speaker into the hatch located in the middle part of the panel using a plastic spudger.

    • Make sure the speaker is the right size for the panel.

  • Once the speaker is properly placed, screw in the two 6.0 mm Philips J0 screws.

    • Do not over tighten the screws or the panel will break.

Add Comment

Conclusion

To reassemble your case, follow the case instructions in reverse order.

RBansil

Member since: 08/27/2015

215 Reputation

2 Guides authored

Team

USF Tampa, Team 8-3, Eyestone Fall 2015 Member of USF Tampa, Team 8-3, Eyestone Fall 2015

USFT-EYESTONE-F15S8G3

3 Members

5 Guides authored

0 Comments

Add Comment

View Statistics:

Past 24 Hours: 1

Past 7 Days: 5

Past 30 Days: 17

All Time: 313