Introduction

This guide demonstrates how to replace the USB/AUX board.

  1. Remove the pads on the bottom of the speaker using the blue plastic opening tool to reveal the screws underneath.
    • Remove the pads on the bottom of the speaker using the blue plastic opening tool to reveal the screws underneath.

    • Make sure the speaker is unplugged and powered down before doing any work on the device.

    Be consistent with vocabulary. For example, on the first step you used "foam pieces" and "pads" to identify the same thing and it may be confusing for some users.

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  2. Unscrew the six 6mm screws with a Phillips head #1 screwdriver.
    • Unscrew the six 6mm screws with a Phillips head #1 screwdriver.

    • Remove the bottom panel of the speaker.

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    • Unplug the battery by gently pinching the plastic end connected to the smaller board and pull away.

    • Remove the battery.

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    • Remove the lower frame by pushing the middle plastic tab upward.

    not sure how to do this.

    some how the middle parts is hard to push

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    • Remove the eight 0.5mm Phillips #1 screws from the speaker panel.

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    • Using the plastic opening tool, flip open the speaker panel.

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    • Unplug the two cables connecting the speaker to the motherboard by squeezing the sides of the plastic ends.

    where can i buy a spare speaker????????

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    • Unplug the cord connected to the motherboard by squeezing the plastic sides.

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    • Gently tug on the plastic ribbon connected to the bottom side of the speaker to unplug it.

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    • Remove the motherboard.

    Good disassembly directions, but titlle is Bluetooth replacement. No parts needed? How do we replace bluetooth part?

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    • Using the Phillips #1 screwdriver, remove the two 6mm screws holding the AUX board in place.

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    • Remove the aux board. Be careful as the board might need some wiggling to get out.

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Conclusion

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

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hi there, where can i buy aux board for replacement? thank you

Khánh Trần - Reply

Donde puedo conseguir la tarjeta?

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