Introduction

When the audio adapter is not properly adjusting the volume or mute function, there may be a problem with the components that can be replaced. This guide shows you how to get to these parts.

With your fingers, pry apart the back casing of the audio adapter. A lot of force is required, so do not be afraid to pull hard.
  • With your fingers, pry apart the back casing of the audio adapter.

  • A lot of force is required, so do not be afraid to pull hard.

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Remove the three black T4 4.9mm screws from around the outside on the back of the audio adapter. Loosen the two silver T5 screws as much as possible. These two silver screws do not detach from the audio adapter.
  • Remove the three black T4 4.9mm screws from around the outside on the back of the audio adapter.

  • Loosen the two silver T5 screws as much as possible.

  • These two silver screws do not detach from the audio adapter.

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Separate the two pieces to reveal the rubber casing behind the buttons.
  • Separate the two pieces to reveal the rubber casing behind the buttons.

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Remove the two PH000 5.5mm screws from the smaller circuit board. Remove the board.
  • Remove the two PH000 5.5mm screws from the smaller circuit board.

  • Remove the board.

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Detach the wires from the smaller circuit board. Detach the wires from the smaller circuit board.
  • Detach the wires from the smaller circuit board.

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Conclusion

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

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