Introduction

After replacing the battery and charging problems still persist, use this guide to replace the charging node.

Remove the rubber from the bottom of the speaker, use a medium blue plastic spudger to gently work its way under the rubber and slowly peel off for each of the three feet. The order does not matter. Remove the rubber from the bottom of the speaker, use a medium blue plastic spudger to gently work its way under the rubber and slowly peel off for each of the three feet. The order does not matter. Remove the rubber from the bottom of the speaker, use a medium blue plastic spudger to gently work its way under the rubber and slowly peel off for each of the three feet. The order does not matter.
  • Remove the rubber from the bottom of the speaker, use a medium blue plastic spudger to gently work its way under the rubber and slowly peel off for each of the three feet. The order does not matter.

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Remove the six 11 mm Philips #1 screws found underneath the foam to remove the steel outer metal frame. Once the screws come off, keep them safely off to the side.
  • Remove the six 11 mm Philips #1 screws found underneath the foam to remove the steel outer metal frame.

  • Once the screws come off, keep them safely off to the side.

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Remove the metal frame gently and set aside. Remove the metal frame gently and set aside.
  • Remove the metal frame gently and set aside.

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Remove the two remaining 11 mm Philips #1 screws holding the base and set them aside. Remove the two remaining 11 mm Philips #1 screws holding the base and set them aside.
  • Remove the two remaining 11 mm Philips #1 screws holding the base and set them aside.

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Lift the base up gently keeping in mind that the base is connected with wires to internal parts of the speaker. Disconnect the white bundled cable connector attached to the charging node using a spudger. The base of the speaker is now free to be removed. Disconnect the white bundled cable connector attached to the charging node using a spudger. The base of the speaker is now free to be removed.
  • Lift the base up gently keeping in mind that the base is connected with wires to internal parts of the speaker.

  • Disconnect the white bundled cable connector attached to the charging node using a spudger. The base of the speaker is now free to be removed.

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Remove the white power cable connector that connects the charging node to the battery, using the plastic spudger. Pry the battery off using the plastic spudger. Pry the battery off using the plastic spudger.
  • Remove the white power cable connector that connects the charging node to the battery, using the plastic spudger.

  • Pry the battery off using the plastic spudger.

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Unscrew the two 11 mm Philips #1 screws on the charging nodes. Remove the charging node from the speaker and set aside. Remove the charging node from the speaker and set aside.
  • Unscrew the two 11 mm Philips #1 screws on the charging nodes.

  • Remove the charging node from the speaker and set aside.

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Conclusion

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

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