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Your battery may need to be replaced if it doesn't hold a charge or is not charging at all. The JBL Charge 3 has a 6000mAH battery.

  1. Turn your speaker upside down and insert the plastic opening tool vertically into the slit in the front cover. Slowly pull the plastic opening tool outward to remove the four clips holding the covering in place. Repeat this process for all four edges of the front cover.
    • Turn your speaker upside down and insert the plastic opening tool vertically into the slit in the front cover.

    • Slowly pull the plastic opening tool outward to remove the four clips holding the covering in place.

    • Repeat this process for all four edges of the front cover.

    Sometimes disassemblers forget that the first time they disassembled the item it didn’t want to give up easily: I didn’t like the forces I was having to apply at all, so I switched to two plastic prying tools per “corner” and one in-between them (total 5, you could use plectrums…) before I was happy the the forces were low enough not to break anything.

    Frank Puranik - Responder

    the front grill is supposed to be first not the back the back has longer while the front has shorter clip

    Water Bass Tester (Water BT) - Responder

    There are two Phillips head screws to remove before prying the cover off

    jason - Responder

    Where in south Africa can I buy jbl charge3 port bay replacement

    Donovan Fransman - Responder

    There appears to be different versions of the Charge 3. If you find it difficult to pry open a second side the two small screws mentioned by Jason will need to be removed but it also indicates that there will be some additional changes to this tear down that I will try to convey in the comments as well.

    john Ramirez - Responder

    Sadly I damaged the latches on my charge 3. There was more to it than just prying the front cover up. First, there is a small latch on both sides that you need to push down before pulling the front cover towards you that release the clips holding the front cover in place. Pull only slightly forward because… Second, in the front cover there are 6 circular notches connected to the front cover in tue four corners including the middle corners, you need to squeeze the front cover a little bit gently removing the notches so they dont break (like mine did).

    ralphkeneth_gomz - Responder

    Definitely had to watch about 10 videos and still couldn’t get it to pop out easily.. Took a look at the first picture in the next step and really took note of where the little hole that lets you through to push down the tab is. Once I took a look at that and combined the techniques I’d seen in some of the videos it finally popped off easily. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7i0_nD9... I only watched the first minute of this video but it helped a good bit if anyone else is having trouble.

    Rowan Darko - Responder

  2. Pull apart your cover gently from both sides and remove it from the speaker housing.
    • Pull apart your cover gently from both sides and remove it from the speaker housing.

    • The inside of the front cover has holes that must match with their corresponding pins on the speaker housing for proper reassembly.

    • Removing the Front Cover does not affect the waterproof seals of the device. However, removing any further disassembly of your speaker will require removing waterproof seals and gaskets. Your device may no longer be waterproof after these have been altered.

    Include dissembling the plastic cover? cover?

    KanGoon - Responder

    @KanGoon Yes, on mine it took the removal of 6 (reasonably obvious) screws to remove that. I’ll try to insert a photo when I reassemble…

    Frank Puranik - Responder

    Very good guide! Pics and descriptions make this easy!

    John G Petko - Responder

    There is a step missing here. How do you remove the rubber cover that covers the port?

    Phillip Luebke - Responder

    Gibt es eine Möglichkeit diese wieder wasserdicht zu bekommen?

    Furkan Karakelle - Responder

  3. Remove the two 8mm Phillips #1 screws from the tabs. NOTE: There may be only one screw. NOTE: There may be only one screw.
    • Remove the two 8mm Phillips #1 screws from the tabs.

    • NOTE: There may be only one screw.

    If your Charge 3 doesn’t look like the above. Do not do this step YET. Go directly to Step 7 removal of the battery. By doing the battery first it will tell you which radiator to remove and thus no need to remove both.

    NOTE:

    On a newer version of the Charge 3 this image will be very different. you will not find a screw. You will also notice that there are two tabs that if slightly lifted while rotating the radiator counter clockwise the radiator is easily removed. There is also no foam or breakable seal on the newer Charge 3.

    john Ramirez - Responder

  4. Insert  the plastic opening tools underneath both tabs. Insert  the plastic opening tools underneath both tabs.
    • Insert the plastic opening tools underneath both tabs.

    Beim Modell 2016 geht es noch einfacher: Da ist es ein Bajonett-Verschluss (und nur 1 Schraube im vorigen Schritt). Man muss die Abdeckung nur ein paar Grad gegen den Uhrzeigersinn drehen und kann sie dann einfach abziehen. Schritt 5 und 6 entfallen.

    Franz - Responder

    I believe this is unnecessary, just turn the passive radiator counter clockwise and pull outward. I tried to use the pry tool and broke a plastic tab.

    Frank Krantz - Responder

    Tip— when you get to this part lightly tap the edge of the speaker on a hard surface— like you’re tapping a jar before opening it.

    maxthibodeaux - Responder

    Muchas gracias a todos, me dieron cada uno la guía perfecta.

    Rafael de la Torre Perez - Responder

  5. Twist and pull open the passive radiator. The left radiator twists off clockwise; the right counterclockwise.
    • Twist and pull open the passive radiator. The left radiator twists off clockwise; the right counterclockwise.

  6. Repeat all previous steps for the other passive radiator. NOTE: only the right radiator needs to be removed for changing the battery.
    • Repeat all previous steps for the other passive radiator.

    • NOTE: only the right radiator needs to be removed for changing the battery.

    right or left…. depends on how you view the Charge 3 i guess. No need to remove both radiators for a newer Charge 3. You can remove the battery cover first…find out what side the battery wires exit the battery compartment and then remove the radiator associated with that same side.

    john Ramirez - Responder

    Anybody else have major problems trying to twist the radiator back into position after replacing the battery? I’m having trouble getting the screw holes to line up again on the right radiator.

    Chapman Steamer 1 - Responder

    To twist back I used saliva so it will slide easier against the rubber

    Jaakob Wolff - Responder

  7. Remove the six 8mm Phillips #1 screws from the outer battery cover. Peel the outer battery cover away from the speaker housing. Peel the outer battery cover away from the speaker housing.
    • Remove the six 8mm Phillips #1 screws from the outer battery cover.

    • Peel the outer battery cover away from the speaker housing.

    For the newer Charge 3 - there are two silver screws located on the opposite side of the charging ports ….. looking at the first picture above they would be in close proximity to the lower two red circles. However, they placed in horizontally not vertically. Once you remove these two screws you can lift the rubber off.

    Note: The rubber is hinged on the opposite side of the two removed screws by tabs. Be careful when rotating it off not to break the tabs.

    Once the rubber is removed…. you will be able to see the battery compartment. It has several black screws… one of which is wedged between the charging port rubber and the battery cover. You can gently pry up the rubber away to allow you to get a screw driver in to get the middle screw out.

    The battery compartment is water tight and has a seal. You will want to loosen all screws evenly so as not to tear or damage the rubber seal.

    john Ramirez - Responder

  8. Remove the seven 8mm Phillips #1 screws from interior battery cover. Remove the interior battery cover. Remove the interior battery cover.
    • Remove the seven 8mm Phillips #1 screws from interior battery cover.

    • Remove the interior battery cover.

    The newer Charge 3 will have a solid black cover. Once removed the battery can be easily lifted out with your fingers. It is not taped in.

    Gently lift the battery to determine the radiator that needs to be removed. You can identify it by following the battery wiring. There is a small hole at the bottom of the battery compartment that the battery wires go through. The side with the battery wiring hole is the same side as the radiator that needs to be removed.

    john Ramirez - Responder

  9. Pull gently to disconnect the bundled cable connector in the side of the speaker. This action will separate the battery from the motherboard. Pull gently to disconnect the bundled cable connector in the side of the speaker. This action will separate the battery from the motherboard.
    • Pull gently to disconnect the bundled cable connector in the side of the speaker. This action will separate the battery from the motherboard.

  10. Pull the battery and battery cable out from their housing.
    • Pull the battery and battery cable out from their housing.

    Where can I find (shop) a battery replacement ?

    erik g5 - Responder

    yo tambien quiero una bateria donde la cosigo?

    henryovidioquispemamani -

    Does anyone know where I can buy a replacement battery?

    Tissaka Senarath - Responder

    Unbedingt die Isolierung um das Kabel und die Polster an den Ecken der Batterie von der alten an die neue basteln, sonst kann sie im Fach hin und her klappern.

    Jaakob Wolff - Responder

Conclusão

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

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you legend. thank you so much! i was worried it was a seal unit!

Anthony Hilfischer - Responder

Super Anleitung! Hat der Akkutausch hat problemlos funktioniert!

Tomas Opmann - Responder

thank you so much :D

punkzmarc - Responder

Great Guide! Where can I get the foamy coating of the battery’s wires? Or what is the proper term?

Dom Heizmann - Responder

Replacement Battery for JBL Charge 3 Part NO GSP1029102A https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07NK8NFR4/ref...

Michael Grigalus - Responder

I used two credit card instead od the plastic opening tool, they work great. Thanks for the help!!!

Philip Panici - Responder

awesome …thanks … just not sure where to buy a replacement battery in South Africa?

ig Aucamp - Responder

Thankyou so much! I was about to buy a new one but this was super

Mark Tsao - Responder

I did this and now I get a red blinking light when trying to charge it. No idea how to fix it.

Andre Gauthier - Responder

Wow thank you! Very clear instructions, easy repair. So happy to have my stereo back!

My old battery was so swollen, i wonder what caused that?

Dan Warden - Responder

Thank you for this guide! It wasn’t exactly the same as my Charge3, but close enough. The original battery (once I got to it) was swelling and had broken some of the plastic tabs around the screws. Ugh. Good thing I found this guide and the battery purchased through iFixit. Thanks again!

Darrik - Responder

For the love of God, don’t try to follow these instructions. They are worse than useless. I wasted 2 hours and over $60 between the battery and new screwdrivers and the end result is that I can’t even get the battery open to change it. Also, when I tried to put the cover back on the tab broke off so now my speaker is completely useless. (Prior to attempting to fix it, it still worked great when it was plugged in). I would have been better off just buying a new speaker for a little more than 2x the cost of the battery, considering that now I’m going to have to do that anyway. Thanks for absolutely nothing (except scamming people into buying replacement batteries from you).

Steve - Responder

Thank you for the instructions nailed

Wilfredo Guzman - Responder

Good guide. Not a great guide, but a good guide. When you use this in conjunction with more detailed resources it works very well. I couldn’t find any one guide that gave all the details, but found many which provided enough different details to piece it together. This guide made for a very clear outline of the process.

Rowan Darko - Responder

Do you provide an alternative to instead of replacing the battery. We just replace its powersource?. The battery is 1/3rd the price of the unit already. Replacing the powersource from a micro usb port should do the trick to using it long term without spending 40-50 bucks every 12-18 months just to replace the battery.

Joshua Cariño - Responder

This is a JBL Charge 3? It looks nothing, in the inside, like the one I have, and the battery is just a small cylinder, nothing like what you've shown above. There are only 2 tabs for the front cover, the other two are screwed in. And there are 8 small screws to completely disassemble the unit, this is so odd! Well, thank you, at least i was able to open it, but the cylindrical battery appears to be hardwire.

Monica Tew - Responder

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