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.

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  • 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.

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.

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

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Image 1/3: Stick the point of the spudger into one of the corners surrounding the faceplate and gently pull it up. Image 2/3: Stick the point of the spudger into one of the corners surrounding the faceplate and gently pull it up. Image 3/3: 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

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  • 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.

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.

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Image 1/3: Make sure to open it evenly on all sides. Image 2/3: Make sure to open it evenly on all sides. Image 3/3: 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.

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  • 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.

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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