Introducción

Having a damaged outer casing can allow foreign material to enter the speaker. By following this guide, one can learn how to remove and replace the outer case of the device.

Partes

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  1. To remove the outer casing, use a 3mm Hex bit to remove the 4 large 12mm Hex screws on both sides of the device.
    • To remove the outer casing, use a 3mm Hex bit to remove the 4 large 12mm Hex screws on both sides of the device.

  2. Using the Metal Spudger, carefully pry  each side of the rubber casing away from the device.
    • Using the Metal Spudger, carefully pry each side of the rubber casing away from the device.

    • A little resistance should be felt, but not enough to bend the spudger.

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  4. To remove the inner plastic casing, use a Phillips #00 head bit to remove the 16 small 9mm screws surrounding the top side of the device.
    • To remove the inner plastic casing, use a Phillips #00 head bit to remove the 16 small 9mm screws surrounding the top side of the device.

  5. Carefully lift away the housing and replace the broken casing/component. Replace using the new casing.
    • Carefully lift away the housing and replace the broken casing/component. Replace using the new casing.

Conclusión

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

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