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Introducción

Replacing the onboard speaker for the RCA CC310.

  1. Remove the 6-7.9mm ph#0 screws on the back and bottom. Remove the one 3.8mm ph#0 screw on the bottom.
    • Remove the 6-7.9mm ph#0 screws on the back and bottom.

    • Remove the one 3.8mm ph#0 screw on the bottom.

    • Remove the two 7.5mm ph#0 screws on the back and bottom.

  2. Remove 5.8mm ph#1 screw from the side button panel. Slide the viewfinder all the way to the right and remove the 7.9mm ph#0 screw.
    • Remove 5.8mm ph#1 screw from the side button panel.

    • Slide the viewfinder all the way to the right and remove the 7.9mm ph#0 screw.

  3. Pry along the seam on the top side near the buttons with a spudger. Pry along the seam on the top side near the buttons with a spudger.
    • Pry along the seam on the top side near the buttons with a spudger.

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  5. Pull the left panel away from the rest of the camcorder. Unplug the red speaker cable located at the rear of the device.
    • Pull the left panel away from the rest of the camcorder.

    • Unplug the red speaker cable located at the rear of the device.

    • Be careful to not pull too hard. The speaker cable is still connected to the panel and it can rip.

  6. Unplug the red cable connecting the speaker to the motherboard. Unplug the red cable connecting the speaker to the motherboard.
    • Unplug the red cable connecting the speaker to the motherboard.

  7. Locate the speaker on the removed panel. Find the groove on the top left side of the speaker. Pry the plastic up with a spudger until the glue breaks and the speaker is detached.
    • Locate the speaker on the removed panel. Find the groove on the top left side of the speaker.

    • Pry the plastic up with a spudger until the glue breaks and the speaker is detached.

  8. Break the plastic pieces holding the cable to the panel.
    • Break the plastic pieces holding the cable to the panel.

    • Glue the new cables, with a hot glue gun, back to the panel after replacing the speaker.

  9. Glue the new speaker to the panel. Plug the cable back into the motherboard. Plug the cable back into the motherboard.
    • Glue the new speaker to the panel.

    • Plug the cable back into the motherboard.

Conclusión

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

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