1. On the opposite side of the speaker should be a sticker, remove it with your fingers or the flat plastic iFIxit tool. Use a Philip's screwdriver to take the screws out of the cover.
    • On the opposite side of the speaker should be a sticker, remove it with your fingers or the flat plastic iFIxit tool.

    • Use a Philip's screwdriver to take the screws out of the cover.

  2. Once the screws are all out, the cover should come off revealing the motherboard. Once the screws are all out, the cover should come off revealing the motherboard.
    • Once the screws are all out, the cover should come off revealing the motherboard.

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  4. You will notice that the triangular black volume piece is loose, make sure to take that off revealing the buttons. Once that is done, the motherboard can be taken out. May require some wiggling. Make sure none of the wires are damaged and that they are all connected.
    • You will notice that the triangular black volume piece is loose, make sure to take that off revealing the buttons.

    • Once that is done, the motherboard can be taken out. May require some wiggling.

    • Make sure none of the wires are damaged and that they are all connected.

  5. The connections shown here can be taken off by pulling on the white plastic connector piece.
    • The connections shown here can be taken off by pulling on the white plastic connector piece.

    • The same can be said about the white, paper like, connectors. Pull on them gently.

    • Once all connections are apart, the motherboard is safe to be replaced.

Conclusion

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

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