Introducción

If the bass in your Sonos Playbase is weak or distorted, the subwoofer may be failing or non-functional. This guide shows you how to remove and replace the subwoofer.

    • Turn the Playbase upside down so that the "Sonos Playbase" imprint is face up.

    • Remove the bottom panel with an Opening Tool by inserting underneath and prying upwards.

    • Melt the adhesive with an iOpener for ease of opening

    • Use a Metal Spudger if the plastic spudgers do not work.

    • Take care to avoid damaging the plastic or the device if using a metal spudger.

    • Remove the fourteen 11mm T-10 screws by turning counter-clockwise.

    • Remove the seven 44mm T-20 screws by turning counter-clockwise.

    • Remove the twenty-two 34mm T-20 screws by turning counter-clockwise.

    • Record where each screw belongs for easier reassembly.

    • Remove the metal plate with a Opening Tool by inserting underneath and prying upwards.

    • Use a metal spudger if plastic openers do not work.

    • Take care to avoid damaging the plastic or the device if using a metal spudger.

    • Remove the three 18mm T-20 length screws by turning counter-clockwise and pulling up.

    • Remove the three 38mm T-55 length screws by turning counter-clockwise and pulling up.

    • Unclip the red and black wiring from the subwoofer by pulling them away from the subwoofer.

    • Remove the subwoofer by gently lifting it up.

Conclusión

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

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