1. Turn the device over with its display down.
    • Turn the device over with its display down.

  2. Remove the battery cover, pressing down on the tabs and sliding.
    • Remove the battery cover, pressing down on the tabs and sliding.

  3. Unscrew the two (2)  #00, 10 mm screws located below the mic on the back cover.
    • Unscrew the two (2) #00, 10 mm screws located below the mic on the back cover.

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  5. Carefully pry up the top end of the back cover using one finger.
    • Carefully pry up the top end of the back cover using one finger.

  6. Remove the back plate by using a plastic removal tool to pry the back cover up around the edges.
    • Remove the back plate by using a plastic removal tool to pry the back cover up around the edges.

  7. De-solder the white and black speaker wires from their soldering points.
    • De-solder the white and black speaker wires from their soldering points.

    • Speaker soldering points are located on the thin section of the blue circuit board, and are marked with “SP+” and “SP-”.

    • Keep in mind which color wire was connected at which terminal.

  8. Remove the damaged speaker from its place at the very bottom of the case, just below the battery input.
    • Remove the damaged speaker from its place at the very bottom of the case, just below the battery input.

    • You will have to break the glue holding the speaker in place before removing it.

  9. Replace the damaged speaker and re-solder to the original solder points.
    • Replace the damaged speaker and re-solder to the original solder points.

    • Ensure that the negative wire is soldered to the “SP-” while the positive wire is soldered to the “SP+” point.

Conclusão

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

Alex

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