Image 1/1: The battery case cover is found at the bottom of the device.
  • 1. Place the device on a flat surface as shown.

  • The battery case cover is found at the bottom of the device.

  • 2. To remove the battery case cover, push down gently and slide the cover in the direction that the arrows indicate.

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Image 1/3: 2. Use the detailing brush and a paper towel to remove any corrosion left by previous batteries. Image 2/3: 2. Use the detailing brush and a paper towel to remove any corrosion left by previous batteries. Image 3/3: 2. Use the detailing brush and a paper towel to remove any corrosion left by previous batteries.
  • 1. Remove and discard the old batteries.

  • 2. Use the detailing brush and a paper towel to remove any corrosion left by previous batteries.

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Image 1/1: If you are replacing the stand, you'll insert the batteries last.
  • Insert batteries with the "-", or dull side, facing the springs.

  • If you are replacing the stand, you'll insert the batteries last.

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Image 1/2: Screws will be magnetized in position and will require the use of tweezers to be removed. Image 2/2: Push down gently on the battery case cover and slide it in the direction the arrows indicate. Remove the batteries.
  • Unscrew the four outer 1.0 mm screws with a Phillips-Head screwdriver.

    • Screws will be magnetized in position and will require the use of tweezers to be removed.

  • Push down gently on the battery case cover and slide it in the direction the arrows indicate. Remove the batteries.

  • Unscrew the 0.6 mm screw located in the center of the battery case.

  • Keep 10 mm and 0.6 mm screws separate from each other for reassembly.

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  • Remove the back cover carefully; there are many wires that connect it to the device.

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Image 1/2: If the motherboard is at the bottom when you are looking down at the device, the LINE IN adapter should be on the left side of the back cover Image 2/2: Carefully remove the LINE IN adapter using a pair of tweezers
  • Position the portable speaker device so that the back cover and the speaker are both laying flat, giving you access to the inside of the device

  • If the motherboard is at the bottom when you are looking down at the device, the LINE IN adapter should be on the left side of the back cover

  • Carefully remove the LINE IN adapter using a pair of tweezers

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Image 1/1: Repeat previous step for the blue and second black wire connecting the adapter to the battery case.
  • Remove the black and red wires attached to the LINE IN adapter that extend from the motherboard by cutting them with scissors

  • Repeat previous step for the blue and second black wire connecting the adapter to the battery case.

  • At this point, you should be able to carefully remove the entire faulty adapter and the wires.

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Image 1/1: Using a soldering iron and soldering wire, reattach the red and black wires that extend from the motherboard to their original position on the LINE IN adapter
  • Position the newly purchased LINE IN adapter and wires in place

  • Using a soldering iron and soldering wire, reattach the red and black wires that extend from the motherboard to their original position on the LINE IN adapter

  • Use the soldering iron and soldering wire again to reattach the black and blue wires that extend from the battery case to their original position on the LINE IN adapter

    • The blue wire should attach on the bottom of the battery case and the black wire on the top insertion.

  • The new LINE IN adapter should now be properly assembled in place with the wires connected to their proper location.

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Conclusion

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

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