Introduction

If the speaker on your Trio Stealth-10 is no longer functioning, replacement isn't difficult and this guide will give you the step by step procedure to do so.

To remove the back panel, you will need to use a plastic opening tool and slowly separate the back panel from the device.
  • To remove the back panel, you will need to use a plastic opening tool and slowly separate the back panel from the device.

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This next step will require you to solder a couple of wires off the motherboard. We recommend you get someone to help you if you are unfamiliar with soldering or use  Ifixit's Soldering guide to help you.
  • This next step will require you to solder a couple of wires off the motherboard. We recommend you get someone to help you if you are unfamiliar with soldering or use Ifixit's Soldering guide to help you.

  • Next you must solder off the wires that connect the speaker to the motherboard.

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Next you will need to remove the two screws attached to the speaker. If you have a 54 bit Driver Kit use the Philips Head 0 (or PH 0) head to remove the two 4mm screws.
  • Next you will need to remove the two screws attached to the speaker. If you have a 54 bit Driver Kit use the Philips Head 0 (or PH 0) head to remove the two 4mm screws.

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Conclusion

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

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