Introduction

This guide will assist users in replacing the right speaker with a new speaker. It will be useful for users whose right speaker is no longer producing any sound or is producing sound that is broken and scratchy.

Image 1/1: Using the hand not holding the ear cushion, grasp the orange plate that is below the ear cushion.
  • Firmly pinch ear cushion between thumb and forefinger.

  • Using the hand not holding the ear cushion, grasp the orange plate that is below the ear cushion.

  • If the black rubber lining on the orange plate is grasped, then the rubber lining on the ear piece may tear.

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Image 1/2: The ear cushion should audibly snap out of place. Image 2/2: After it has audibly snapped out of place, lift the ear cushion off of the device.
  • Rotate ear cushion counter-clockwise about half an inch.

  • The ear cushion should audibly snap out of place.

  • After it has audibly snapped out of place, lift the ear cushion off of the device.

  • During reassembly, rotate the ear cushion clockwise.

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Image 1/2: Make sure that both the ear cushion and the orange plate have the same designation. Image 2/2: Once the pegs are aligned, push the new ear cushion in place.
  • Using the new cushion, align the pegs located on both the orange plate and ear cushion.

  • Make sure that both the ear cushion and the orange plate have the same designation.

  • Once the pegs are aligned, push the new ear cushion in place.

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Image 1/1: The right ear piece does not have any additional attachments.
  • Remove the right ear cushion.

  • The right ear piece does not have any additional attachments.

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  • Using the Phillips #0 screwdriver, remove the 6.0 mm screws on the orange plate.

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Image 1/2: Focus on the wires that are connected to the speaker. Image 2/2: Focus on the wires that are connected to the speaker.
  • Use the opening tool to separate the orange plate from the black base plate.

  • Focus on the wires that are connected to the speaker.

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Image 1/1: Cut the wires as close to the speaker as possible. These wires will be used in the next step.
  • Cut the two wires that are attached to the speaker.

  • Cut the wires as close to the speaker as possible. These wires will be used in the next step.

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Image 1/2: Using the soldering iron, solder the wires to the new speaker. Image 2/2: Make sure to solder the wires to their original locations on the speaker.
  • Replace the old speaker with the new speaker.

  • Using the soldering iron, solder the wires to the new speaker.

  • Make sure to solder the wires to their original locations on the speaker.

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Conclusion

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

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