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Introducción

The button switch circuit board is located deep within the body of the speaker. It may be necessary to replace this part if the buttons on the speaker no longer work properly. Make sure you have the necessary tools and follow the guide step by step to replace this part.

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  1. Peel back the rubber battery cover and remove the four circled 6.0 mm screws using a T8 Torx Screwdriver.
    • Peel back the rubber battery cover and remove the four circled 6.0 mm screws using a T8 Torx Screwdriver.

  2. While holding the cover back, pull straight up on the battery to remove it. While holding the cover back, pull straight up on the battery to remove it.
    • While holding the cover back, pull straight up on the battery to remove it.

  3. Insert the Metal Spudger between the rubber edge on the grille and the aluminum casing.
    • Insert the Metal Spudger between the rubber edge on the grille and the aluminum casing.

    • Place Metal Spudger in the location shown.

  4. Slowly pry up the grille until the two tabs shown pop out. Be very gentle, the grille will bend.
    • Slowly pry up the grille until the two tabs shown pop out.

    • Be very gentle, the grille will bend.

  5. The grille is attached to the speaker with double sided sticky tape. To remove the grill gently pull upward while keeping tension to the right. Be very gentle, the grille will bend.
    • The grille is attached to the speaker with double sided sticky tape. To remove the grill gently pull upward while keeping tension to the right.

    • Be very gentle, the grille will bend.

  6. Repeat steps to remove the back grille. Repeat steps to remove the back grille.
    • Repeat steps to remove the back grille.

  7. Remove the four 15.0 mm screws on the left and the four 9.0 mm screws on the right using the T8 Torx Screwdriver. Remove the four 15.0 mm screws on the left and the four 9.0 mm screws on the right using the T8 Torx Screwdriver.
    • Remove the four 15.0 mm screws on the left and the four 9.0 mm screws on the right using the T8 Torx Screwdriver.

  8. Remove the circuit board by pushing it with your index finger in the direction shown while using a nylon or metal spudger to lift it up and out of place. Remove the circuit board by pushing it with your index finger in the direction shown while using a nylon or metal spudger to lift it up and out of place.
    • Remove the circuit board by pushing it with your index finger in the direction shown while using a nylon or metal spudger to lift it up and out of place.

  9. Carefully pull on the battery cover until the rubber tab slides out of the aluminum casing. Carefully pull on the battery cover until the rubber tab slides out of the aluminum casing.
    • Carefully pull on the battery cover until the rubber tab slides out of the aluminum casing.

  10. Remove the sponge (save for later replacement) and gently flip the black tab 90 degrees to release the connectors grip on the ribbon cable. Remove the ribbon cable from the connector.
    • Remove the sponge (save for later replacement) and gently flip the black tab 90 degrees to release the connectors grip on the ribbon cable. Remove the ribbon cable from the connector.

    • The black tab must be flipped up in order to reinsert the ribbon cable on reassembly.

  11. Use a Metal Spudger to pry up the plastic divider. Use a Metal Spudger to pry up the plastic divider. Use a Metal Spudger to pry up the plastic divider.
    • Use a Metal Spudger to pry up the plastic divider.

  12. When removing the plastic divider be careful not to damage the wire strip sliding through it. When removing the plastic divider be careful not to damage the wire strip sliding through it.
    • When removing the plastic divider be careful not to damage the wire strip sliding through it.

  13. Reach through the battery compartment hole and unplug the power strip shown. Reach through the battery compartment hole and unplug the power strip shown.
    • Reach through the battery compartment hole and unplug the power strip shown.

  14. Remove both circuit boards by wiggling them up and out of the casing. Unplug the speaker wires connected and fully remove both circuit boards. When unplugging the speaker wires, squeeze the white connector piece to release the wires.
    • Remove both circuit boards by wiggling them up and out of the casing.

    • Unplug the speaker wires connected and fully remove both circuit boards.

    • When unplugging the speaker wires, squeeze the white connector piece to release the wires.

  15. Unhook the speaker wires clipped onto the button switch circuit board. Unhook the speaker wires clipped onto the button switch circuit board.
    • Unhook the speaker wires clipped onto the button switch circuit board.

  16. Use a nylon or metal spudger to slightly lift up on the button switch circuit board. Pull the button switch circuit board straight out from the casing.
    • Use a nylon or metal spudger to slightly lift up on the button switch circuit board.

    • Pull the button switch circuit board straight out from the casing.

Conclusión

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

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Hello

Where I can buy circuit

candellaaria - Contestar

Yes were can we get the replacement part? ?

sonny goddin - Contestar

Hi sonny,

did you find this part ? (the first circuit board)

luc.lacouture -

Hi

Can you get the relacement part for the mini II or is it the same - and if

- where and how to order for delivery to Europe?

Andreas Burckhart - Contestar

Kindly can you tell me is th bose Soundlink mini first generation has an update or not, because it started no charge and the ember ligy keep flashing and some times reed color , I bought a new battery but still the same now it’s playing up

Moqdam Aljwrany - Contestar

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