Introducción

Conducting a speaker replacement for the LeapPad Ultimate is a moderate task. It requires a pair of curved tweezers and a Phillips head screwdriver.

  1. Flip over the Pad to its back side to begin the removal of the back panel.
    • Flip over the Pad to its back side to begin the removal of the back panel.

    • Begin by removing the blue rim along the edge of the device. It runs along the green silicone lining.

    • This is very difficult to remove , so do be patient. To help remove the seal, both a metal spudger and plastic opening tool may be used.

    • Remove the pen from its place before starting to avoid tangling.

  2. Once the blue rim is removed, the 12 screws will be visible.
    • Once the blue rim is removed, the 12 screws will be visible.

    • Use the Phillips #1 screwdriver to unscrew all 12 screws.

    • Remove the back panel of the device exposing the internal components of the device.

    • Once the internal components are exposed locate the point which connects the battery to the motherboard.

      • You will need to remove the battery to access the ribbon that connects the LeapPad speaker to the motherboard.

    • The point connecting the battery and motherboard is made up of three wires, red, white, and black.

    • The plastic portion on the motherboard's end will have a small notch on top. Pull the notch in the direction towards the battery with the curved tweezers. This will disconnect the wires from the motherboard.

    • Carefully remove the battery from the LeapPad. Use an opening tool or a plastic spudger to gain leverage, if needed.

    • Do not bend or puncture the battery.

    • To begin removing the speaker, you must first disconnect it from the motherboard.

    • Flip up the black switch found on the small white connection site with the blue ribbon that is located on the motherboard.

    • Once the blue ribbon cable is disconnected from the motherboard, use tweezers to carefully pull the ribbon cable out of the slots.

    • Remove the circular plastic speaker and the 2 screws a Phillips #1 screwdriver. Gently lift the cover off of the device.

    • On the brown speaker board, you will see 5 more screws. Remove all 5 of these screws with the same Phillips #1 screwdriver.

    • Gently lift the speaker board, speaker, and attached ribbon cable from the device as one piece.

Conclusión

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

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