Introduction

This guide will help you replace the case that houses the audio jack in case it is broken or cracked.

  1. Locate the audio control board and the three 1.10 mm screws found on the back. Locate the audio control board and the three 1.10 mm screws found on the back.
    • Locate the audio control board and the three 1.10 mm screws found on the back.

  2. Unscrew the three 1.10 mm screws using a #00  Phillips head screwdriver.
    • Unscrew the three 1.10 mm screws using a #00 Phillips head screwdriver.

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  4. Using a plastic opening tool, insert it between the two plastic pieces to pry it open. Note: The pieces should look like the second picture when it is opened.
    • Using a plastic opening tool, insert it between the two plastic pieces to pry it open.

    • Note: The pieces should look like the second picture when it is opened.

  5. Carefully removed the audio board from casing.
    • Carefully removed the audio board from casing.

    • Replace broken pieces with new ones and reassemble.

Conclusion

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

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