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Introduction

Use this guide to replace the battery in your Turtle Beach Ear Force Stealth 500P headphones.

  1. Remove the ear pad from the earphone by gently pulling the cloth pad outwards from the slot holding the cloth. Work circularly until removed. Work circularly until removed.
    • Remove the ear pad from the earphone by gently pulling the cloth pad outwards from the slot holding the cloth.

    • Work circularly until removed.

  2. Using a Phillips #1 screwdriver, remove the four fastening screws that hold the blue plastic speaker mount in place. Gently pull blue plastic from black housing by hand until separated.
    • Using a Phillips #1 screwdriver, remove the four fastening screws that hold the blue plastic speaker mount in place.

    • Gently pull blue plastic from black housing by hand until separated.

  3. Use screwdriver tip J00 to remove three screws fastening circuit board to casing. Use screwdriver tip J00 to remove three screws fastening circuit board to casing. Use screwdriver tip J00 to remove three screws fastening circuit board to casing.
    • Use screwdriver tip J00 to remove three screws fastening circuit board to casing.

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  5. Use bent tweezers to remove two wire connector plugs from circuit board. Use bent tweezers to remove two wire connector plugs from circuit board.
    • Use bent tweezers to remove two wire connector plugs from circuit board.

  6. Circuit board will be free to be removed by hand. Use plastic pry tool to slide between casing and circuit board if needed. Circuit board will be free to be removed by hand. Use plastic pry tool to slide between casing and circuit board if needed.
    • Circuit board will be free to be removed by hand. Use plastic pry tool to slide between casing and circuit board if needed.

  7. Gently removed and flip over circuit board to reveal battery pack attached to the underside. Careful not to pull out wires running through headband.
    • Gently removed and flip over circuit board to reveal battery pack attached to the underside. Careful not to pull out wires running through headband.

  8. Use metal pry tool to slide between battery and circuit board to break up adhesive. Ensure the battery wire connector plug has been removed on front side.
    • Use metal pry tool to slide between battery and circuit board to break up adhesive. Ensure the battery wire connector plug has been removed on front side.

  9. Battery will be free to be removed and replaced.
    • Battery will be free to be removed and replaced.

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