Introduction

This guide will describe how to replace the speaker system's iPod/iPhone input.

1. Place the device on a flat surface as shown.
  • 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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1. Remove and discard the old batteries. 2. Use the detailing brush and a paper towel to remove any corrosion left by previous batteries. 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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Insert batteries with the "-", or dull side, facing the springs.
  • 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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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.
  • 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. Remove the back cover carefully; there are many wires that connect it to the device.
  • Remove the back cover carefully; there are many wires that connect it to the device.

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Locate the iPhone/iPod input that is in the center of the console. Push the black plastic input stand to the left, and up, with your index finger.
  • Locate the iPhone/iPod input that is in the center of the console.

  • Push the black plastic input stand to the left, and up, with your index finger.

  • Use tweezers to wedge the input stand out of its slot.

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Pull out the iPod/iPhone input with tweezers.
  • Pull out the iPod/iPhone input with tweezers.

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Gently remove the Line In chip with tweezers.
  • Gently remove the Line In chip with tweezers.

    • Note: The Line In chip is located on the left side of the device.

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Use scissors to cut the black, yellow, and red wires that connect the Line In chip to the iPod/iPhone input.
  • Use scissors to cut the black, yellow, and red wires that connect the Line In chip to the iPod/iPhone input.

  • Remove the old iPod/iPhone input and its associated wires.

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Follow the instructions provided with the soldering station to preheat the gun before use.
  • Follow the instructions provided with the soldering station to preheat the gun before use.

  • Place new iPod/iPhone input wires, one by one, in their previous position on the Line In chip. Wrap a strip of soldering wire on the point of contact between the chip and input wire.

  • Use the soldering gun to melt the strip of soldering wire.

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Use tweezers to carefully place the newly soldered Line In chip back into its original position.
  • Use tweezers to carefully place the newly soldered Line In chip back into its original position.

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With tweezers, insert the end of the iPod/iPhone input through its designated hole.
  • With tweezers, insert the end of the iPod/iPhone input through its designated hole.

  • Note: The device has been rotated 90 degrees to the left in this picture.

  • With both thumbs, push in the black plastic input stand until it snaps into place.

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Conclusion

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

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