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[* black] Use the edge of a plastic opening tool to pry the earpiece speaker away fromoff the adhesive securingPower & Sensor cable you're about to replace
[* black] ! the earpiece is actually to be considered as one piece with a thin foam that is actually glued onto the P&S. So softly pry the foam off, otherwise
it will tear, and you will need to glue the remaining (thinner) foam onto the replacement part, and that is not recommended.
[* black] The earpiece may look different form
the front panelactual picture, looking like flat oval metal piece with nano-thin copper windings around it.
[* black] Use the edge of a plastic opening tool to pry the earpiece speaker away fromoff the adhesive securingPower & Sensor cable you're about to replace
[* black] ! the earpiece is actually to be considered as one piece with a thin foam that is actually glued onto the P&S. So softly pry the foam off, otherwise
it will tear, and you will need to glue the remaining (thinner) foam onto the replacement part, and that is not recommended.
[* black] The earpiece may look different form
the front panelactual picture, looking like flat oval metal piece with nano-thin copper windings around it.