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.

Image 1/2: A lot of force is required, so do not be afraid to pull hard. Image 2/2: 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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Image 1/3: Loosen the two silver T5 screws as much as possible. Image 2/3: These two silver screws do not detach from the audio adapter. Image 3/3: 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.

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Image 1/2: Remove the board. Image 2/2: 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.

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Conclusion

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

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