Introduction

Learn to remove and replace a speaker for your keyboard with this guide. The process is fairly simple and mostly requires the removal of screws.

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  • Turn the keyboard over so that the keys are facing the ground.

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  • Pop the tabs on the battery casing and remove it from the back plate.

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  • Locate the six batteries and remove them from the battery cavity.

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  • Remove the six 10mm screws at the top of the backplate.

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  • Remove the seven 12mm screws in the middle of the back plate.

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  • Remove the eight 10mm screws from the side and the bottom of the back plate.

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Image 1/1: Flip over the keyboard
  • As the face plate is no longer connected to the body of the keyboard, be careful to not drop the body when performing this step.

  • Flip over the keyboard

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Image 1/2: Be careful when removing the face plate. There are wires attached. Image 2/2: Be careful when removing the face plate. There are wires attached.
  • Lifting from the front and the back of the face plate equally, pull the face plate up and then back, away from the keyboard.

    • Be careful when removing the face plate. There are wires attached.

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  • Locate the speaker and remove the four 10mm screws in the corners of the speaker.

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Image 1/1: Do not be afraid to use a little force to get the plug out, but take care not to pull the wires from the plug.
  • Unplug the speaker's black and red wires from the small circuit board.

    • Do not be afraid to use a little force to get the plug out, but take care not to pull the wires from the plug.

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  • Remove the translucent blue tape that holds the speaker wires to the keyboard.

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Conclusion

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

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I need to replace a speaker on a Yamaha YPG-625 88 note digital piano .....is this the same thing I should do like the piano you are showing on this web sight ? Also the big screen in the middle of the piano that says what tone you select and the drum patterns is sorta kinda going out ! could it be just getting dirty and need contact cleaning ? The place that sells these Yamaha pianos said they would have to send it away to have the repairs done and the cost would be OVER $500.00 ! Any help would be greatly helpful ! Mark Rockwell Galena , Il flyingfingersmark1@yahoo.com 815-777-4928

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