Introduction

The speaker of a phone can go bad for a number of reasons. The most common reason for a faulty speaker is water damage. However, a speaker may go bad due to a faulty connection or faulty manufacturing.

Open the flaps and remove the back cover using the plastic opening device. Open the flaps and remove the back cover using the plastic opening device. Open the flaps and remove the back cover using the plastic opening device.
  • Open the flaps and remove the back cover using the plastic opening device.

Remove the battery shield with the plastic opening device. Remove the battery shield with the plastic opening device.
  • Remove the battery shield with the plastic opening device.

Remove the battery. Remove the battery.
  • Remove the battery.

Unscrew the 5mm screws with the T5 head.
  • Unscrew the 5mm screws with the T5 head.

  • Unscrew the 6mm screw with the T6 head.

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Remove the black cover with the plastic opening tool. Remove the headphone jack from its slot.
  • Remove the black cover with the plastic opening tool.

  • Remove the headphone jack from its slot.

Carefully pry the power cable away from the motherboard. Carefully pry the power cable away from the motherboard.
  • Carefully pry the power cable away from the motherboard.

Pry the motherboard out of the case.
  • Pry the motherboard out of the case.

Remove the power cable from the backside of the motherboard.
  • Remove the power cable from the backside of the motherboard.

The speaker can be seen in the top middle area on the reverse of the screen.
  • The speaker can be seen in the top middle area on the reverse of the screen.

Use the plastic opening tool to carefully pry the speaker away from the phone.
  • Use the plastic opening tool to carefully pry the speaker away from the phone.

Conclusion

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

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