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Introducción

Outline what you are going to teach someone how to do.

  1. Use the plastic opening tool to pry off the rubber cover at the bottom of the speaker.
    • Use the plastic opening tool to pry off the rubber cover at the bottom of the speaker.

  2. Gently remove the rubber cover to expose the screws. If necessary, poke holes through the glue residue to expose the screw heads.
    • Gently remove the rubber cover to expose the screws. If necessary, poke holes through the glue residue to expose the screw heads.

  3. Once you have exposed the screws, use a #1 Phillips screwdriver to remove the four 9 mm screws.
    • Once you have exposed the screws, use a #1 Phillips screwdriver to remove the four 9 mm screws.

    • It would be wise to use a magnetic mat for the screws for safekeeping.

  4. Once you've removed the screws, open the case slowly.  The battery is covered in blue packaging.
    • Once you've removed the screws, open the case slowly. The battery is covered in blue packaging.

  5. Very gently remove the battery from the motherboard.
    • Very gently remove the battery from the motherboard.

  6. Use a solder gun to remove the battery attachments from the motherboard. Use a solder gun to remove the battery attachments from the motherboard.
    • Use a solder gun to remove the battery attachments from the motherboard.

Conclusión

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

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18 comentarios

Looks like a great solution to fixing the speaker with a battery with a short life span. But what's the amperage of the lithium barberry and where can I purchase one ?

Stephen Lavizzo - Contestar

Did you ever find out where to purchase a new battery for it?

DJ Ethics -

Hey Stephen. Can you tell me where i can buy a replacement battery for my P120

Lynchfield Daniel -

On my Model: HX-P240A

KANYO 383541P 3.7V

520mAh 1.924Wh

534114364A17142

minhngoctruong - Contestar

My Bluetooth speaker just has a rubber suction on the bottom. There is no area to replace a battery. Is there any way to reset I?

bdale46 - Contestar

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