Introduction

A working battery can last up to 6 hours at a time on a normal volume level. A replacement battery can be ordered online.

Get a replacement battery from the TDK company. The battery part number is E23-00059-01.
  • Get a replacement battery from the TDK company. The battery part number is E23-00059-01.

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Obtain the screwdriver and the T09 (Torx) bit from the iFixit toolkit and assemble them together. Obtain the screwdriver and the T09 (Torx) bit from the iFixit toolkit and assemble them together.
  • Obtain the screwdriver and the T09 (Torx) bit from the iFixit toolkit and assemble them together.

is "driver" supposed to be "screwdriver?"

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Use the T09-bit screwdriver to remove the two 8-mm torx screws on the bottom strip of the speaker. Use the T09-bit screwdriver to remove the two 8-mm torx screws on the bottom strip of the speaker.
  • Use the T09-bit screwdriver to remove the two 8-mm torx screws on the bottom strip of the speaker.

After this step, you can slide the cover to the left and remove it. The battery is directly underneath!

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Remove the faceplate by using the pointy side of the black plastic spudger. Stick the point of the spudger into one of the corners surrounding the faceplate and gently pull it up. Stick the point of the spudger into one of the corners surrounding the faceplate and gently pull it up.
  • Remove the faceplate by using the pointy side of the black plastic spudger.

  • Stick the point of the spudger into one of the corners surrounding the faceplate and gently pull it up.

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Then exchange the T09 bit for a PH1 bit
  • Then exchange the T09 bit for a PH1 bit

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Use the PH1-bit screwdriver to remove the eight 11-mm Phillips head screws that are located behind the faceplate. Use the PH1-bit screwdriver to remove the eight 11-mm Phillips head screws that are located behind the faceplate.
  • Use the PH1-bit screwdriver to remove the eight 11-mm Phillips head screws that are located behind the faceplate.

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Remove the one 7-mm Phillips head screw located on the lower left of the front of the speaker with the PH1-bit screwdriver. Remove the one 7-mm Phillips head screw located on the lower left of the front of the speaker with the PH1-bit screwdriver.
  • Remove the one 7-mm Phillips head screw located on the lower left of the front of the speaker with the PH1-bit screwdriver.

Avoid expletives (see your book).

Use articles consistently.

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After all screws are removed, turn the speaker over to the back of the speaker. After all screws are removed, turn the speaker over to the back of the speaker.
  • After all screws are removed, turn the speaker over to the back of the speaker.

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Use the blue plastic opening tool from the toolkit to pry off the back of the speaker, gradually moving around the device. Make sure to open it evenly on all sides. Make sure to open it evenly on all sides.
  • Use the blue plastic opening tool from the toolkit to pry off the back of the speaker, gradually moving around the device.

    • Make sure to open it evenly on all sides.

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Then remove the bottom narrow strip of plastic to uncover the battery. Then remove the bottom narrow strip of plastic to uncover the battery.
  • Then remove the bottom narrow strip of plastic to uncover the battery.

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Follow the red, black, and white wires attached to the green battery sleeve down to the white small plug. Follow the red, black, and white wires attached to the green battery sleeve down to the white small plug.
  • Follow the red, black, and white wires attached to the green battery sleeve down to the white small plug.

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Once you have found the white plug, gently grip the colored wires and carefully pull to remove the white plug from the speaker. Once you have found the white plug, gently grip the colored wires and carefully pull to remove the white plug from the speaker.
  • Once you have found the white plug, gently grip the colored wires and carefully pull to remove the white plug from the speaker.

Avoid passive voice; instead, use active voice (like you did in step 16).

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Conclusion

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

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This procedure is totally unnecessary! TDK has much simpler instructions. http://downloads.imationsupport.com/lor/...

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