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Introdução

If your speaker is not working, it may need to be replaced. This guide requires having a new, compatible speaker to replace the broken one with.

  1. Remove both end caps by putting a plastic opening tool in the center of the seam. Work around the edges to pry the end caps off completely.
    • Remove both end caps by putting a plastic opening tool in the center of the seam. Work around the edges to pry the end caps off completely.

    • Due to interior clips holding the end caps in place, use caution when applying force.

    Can someone show the clips please in a photo?

    kenneth keen - Responder

  2. Turn the Jambox upside down. Peel the indicated rubber tabs off, using a plastic opening tool if necessary. You may want to only take the tabs half way off to avoid re-gluing when reassembling. Remove the three T6, 7.0 mm screws under each rubber tab.
    • Turn the Jambox upside down. Peel the indicated rubber tabs off, using a plastic opening tool if necessary.

    • You may want to only take the tabs half way off to avoid re-gluing when reassembling.

    • Remove the three T6, 7.0 mm screws under each rubber tab.

    • Because the screws are a different length, set the screws aside.

    I used rubber cement to reattach the pads. That will hold them in place and be easily removable in future.

    David Robinson - Responder

  3. With the Jawbone logo facing towards you and with correct orientation, place the Jambox with the left end cap facing upward. Unscrew indicated T6 9.7 mm screws. Gently loosen the tabs from their anchor points so the bottom may be removed.
    • With the Jawbone logo facing towards you and with correct orientation, place the Jambox with the left end cap facing upward.

    • Unscrew indicated T6 9.7 mm screws.

    • Gently loosen the tabs from their anchor points so the bottom may be removed.

    • Flip the Jambox so the other end cap is facing up. The USB cable is on this side (metal grounding clip, indicated in orange). Repeat the above two steps.

  4. Pry up the bottom panel by lifting from the device.
    • Pry up the bottom panel by lifting from the device.

    • Pull the bottom up. This may take a bit of force as the bottom is glued to device.

    • Once removed, the battery will now be visible.

    No glue on mine. Only two clips on each side (that you can see clearly in step 3 picture).

    Do not use force or you will break those clips.

    Jay - Responder

  5. Before unscrewing, take a picture of the top view. That way, when you're reassembling the device, you'll know the orientation of the metal grounding plates. Unscrew the eight indicated T6 9.8 mm screws. Remove metal grounding plates.
    • Before unscrewing, take a picture of the top view. That way, when you're reassembling the device, you'll know the orientation of the metal grounding plates.

    • Unscrew the eight indicated T6 9.8 mm screws. Remove metal grounding plates.

  6. Once all eight screws are removed, pry the sides of the Jambox to lift the body from it's shell.
    • Once all eight screws are removed, pry the sides of the Jambox to lift the body from it's shell.

  7. With the battery facing forward, remove the three indicated T6 9.5 mm screws.
    • With the battery facing forward, remove the three indicated T6 9.5 mm screws.

    • Once the screws are removed, lift up the small plastic plate, revealing the auxiliary board underneath.

  8. Place the disassembled Jambox with the speakers facing up. Locate the screws around the broken speaker. Use a T15 screwdriver to remove the four 12.1 mm screws around the broken speaker.
    • Place the disassembled Jambox with the speakers facing up.

    • Locate the screws around the broken speaker.

    • Use a T15 screwdriver to remove the four 12.1 mm screws around the broken speaker.

  9. Using a plastic opening tool, pry the speaker out of the Jambox.
    • Using a plastic opening tool, pry the speaker out of the Jambox.

  10. Desolder the wires from the speaker terminal in the Jambox. Detach the round speaker from its square frame, and save the square frame for the replacement speaker.
    • Desolder the wires from the speaker terminal in the Jambox.

    • Detach the round speaker from its square frame, and save the square frame for the replacement speaker.

    • Use caution when operating a soldering iron due to extreme heat.

    • For instructions on how to solder and desolder, take a look at the soldering guide.

    Pessoal bom dia , onde consigo comprar o Auto Falante ?

    ronin496 - Responder

    Fine, but where did you buy the new speaker ? I can’t find it.

    Fabrizio

    Fabrizio Dell'Anese - Responder

    I’d like to know the speaker capacity or specifications in ohms and watts. If someone know I’ll really appreciate.

    Benjamin Hernandez - Responder

Conclusão

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

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11 comentários

What is actual original speaker size and watts power?

Phinlander Betancur - Responder

Eu também gostaria de saber qual a potência e o tamanho exato do falante original para substituí-lo

I would also like to know the power and the exact size of the original speaker to replace it

francisnvieira - Responder

Does anyone know where to buy replacement speakers or for which they can be switched?

olivierdegruijter - Responder

@ Oliver,

I just wasted a pair of speakers because you mentioned those worked just fine for you. They are not the same sizes. it's smaller than the jamb speakers... On what basis you made that comment?

Kaveh Kadkhoda Zadeh - Responder

bought mine (2 speakers x $18 bucks) replaced both and now is working and even louder. not gonna lie I had to cut on one side of the box where the speaker fits in but after ding it so and soldering the speakers now is working.

karloznyf - Responder

does anyone know where to buy replacement parts - looking for the outer metal shell as it’s dented. thanks

aric.valliere - Responder

What are the symptoms of the problems you guys are having?

Why do you think the speakers are the problem, and not the electronic amplifier?

Mine is sounding bad, and I’m pretty sure it’s from blown amplifier transistors, not the speakers…

Chris Drake - Responder

hello chis drake, can u buy new amplifier transistors, and what make u think its not the speaker!?

wi dekker - Responder

How do I know it’s the amplifier and not the speaker? Where can I find these parts for my jawbone jam box? Thank you anyone please?!

Juanita Diaz - Responder

Informative disassembly tips.

Problem is……..

What speakers to use for replacements.

Please give dimensions, height and magnet size.

Wattage and ohms.

Thank You

BoB - Responder

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