Introduction

This guide will serve as a reference to replace the speaker/tweeter in the Samsung Radiant 360 R1. You will need to have the speaker partially disassembled.

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  • Use the plastic opening tool to lift and remove the rubber grommet plugs

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Image 1/1: Remove the base plate and set it to the side
  • Using a Philips head screwdriver, remove 4 (9.5mm x 1.6mm) screws from the base plate.

  • Remove the base plate and set it to the side

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Image 1/1: Place the speaker body on the table touch pad down. This will leave you with the Port Panel exposed.
  • Remove the outer dust cover sheath by holding the rim of the touch pad with one hand and pulling the sheath in the opposite direction with the other hand.

  • Place the speaker body on the table touch pad down. This will leave you with the Port Panel exposed.

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Image 1/1: With caution remove the Port Panel from the speaker body, exposing the ribbon cables.
  • Remove the 2 exposed (9.5mm x 1.6mm) Phillips head screws on the Port Panel.

  • With caution remove the Port Panel from the speaker body, exposing the ribbon cables.

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  • With one hand hold the Port Panel. With the other hand remove the two ribbon cables one at a time by pressing the locking clip down on the ribbon cable connectors and pulling the connector away from the Port Panel.

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Image 1/2: With one hand on the body, remove the Port Panel exposing the subwoofer. Image 2/2: With one hand on the body, remove the Port Panel exposing the subwoofer.
  • Remove the 4 (9.5mm x 1.6mm) Phillips head screws on the port speaker body.

  • With one hand on the body, remove the Port Panel exposing the subwoofer.

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Image 1/2: Remove the 1 (9.5mm x 1.6mm) Phillips head screws on the left side of the speaker body. Image 2/2: The body sides are denoted with a "R", and an "L".
  • Remove the 8 (9.5mm x 1.6mm) Phillips head screws on the right side of the speaker body.

  • Remove the 1 (9.5mm x 1.6mm) Phillips head screws on the left side of the speaker body.

  • The body sides are denoted with a "R", and an "L".

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Image 1/1: Be careful as to not pry too wide apart as cables are connected between both sides of the enclosure.
  • With one hand on each side open up the body to expose the inner panel, and motherboard.

  • Be careful as to not pry too wide apart as cables are connected between both sides of the enclosure.

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Image 1/2: Slide the tweeter out of the enclosure. Image 2/2: Slide the tweeter out of the enclosure.
  • Remove the ribbon cable from the tweeter which is attached to the main motherboard.

  • Slide the tweeter out of the enclosure.

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Conclusion

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

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