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Remove the 6 philips head screws using the screwdriver and the PH1 bit
  • Remove the 6 philips head screws using the screwdriver and the PH1 bit

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Remove 5 philips head speakers holding in the battery and the green circuit board. 2 screws holding in the battery and 3 holding the circuit board.
  • Remove 5 philips head speakers holding in the battery and the green circuit board. 2 screws holding in the battery and 3 holding the circuit board.

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Pick out the battery pack and the green circuit board so that you can see the ribbon wire and the wire running from the battery pack to the circuit board.
  • Pick out the battery pack and the green circuit board so that you can see the ribbon wire and the wire running from the battery pack to the circuit board.

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Remove the ribbon wire and the connector coming from the battery pack to the circuit board. These connectors will not easily pull out, so you might have to give them a tug. They aren't very fragile, so don't worry about shredding them.
  • Remove the ribbon wire and the connector coming from the battery pack to the circuit board.

  • These connectors will not easily pull out, so you might have to give them a tug. They aren't very fragile, so don't worry about shredding them.

  • After this step, simply insert a new circuit board and you're done! Reassemble the speaker and start jamming!

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Conclusion

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

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2 Comments

Where did you buy the circuit board?

David Alvarez - Reply

bad repair doesn't actually show replaceing port just circuit board and no info where to buy one.

munchy 22 - Reply

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