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  1. Phillips 00 Bit Plastic and metal spudgers
    • Phillips 00 Bit

    • Plastic and metal spudgers

    • Plastic Pick

    • Tweesers

  2. Get one of your pry tools and pry up the back rubber. Then peel back the rubber and put it to one side
    • Get one of your pry tools and pry up the back rubber.

    • Then peel back the rubber and put it to one side

    • The adhesive can be a bit hard at first but it should come loose. The adhesive will also stay on the rubber and can be re applied.

  3. Get your 00 Phillips bit and unscrew all of the screws. Then get a spudger and take off the back plastic pannel
    • Get your 00 Phillips bit and unscrew all of the screws.

    • Then get a spudger and take off the back plastic pannel

  4. Get a plastic spudger and carefully pry the battery out. Give the power connector a firm tug whilst wiggling the connector back and forth.
    • Get a plastic spudger and carefully pry the battery out.

    • Give the power connector a firm tug whilst wiggling the connector back and forth.

    • Alternatively you could use your tweezers to pry the connector out.

    • DO NOT use a metal pry tool for this process because you don't want to puncture the battery.

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  6. Use a pry tool to remove the top cover like you did in Step 2 Then peel back the rubber and put it to one side.
    • Use a pry tool to remove the top cover like you did in Step 2

    • Then peel back the rubber and put it to one side.

    • Just like the back cover the adhesive can be hard at first. It can also be reapplied when you reassemble.

  7. Get you screwdriver and unscrew the screws. Once all of the screws are removed you can then pull out the board. You can remove the ribbon cable with your fingers or with some tweezers.
    • Get you screwdriver and unscrew the screws.

    • Once all of the screws are removed you can then pull out the board.

    • You can remove the ribbon cable with your fingers or with some tweezers.

    • The screws for the top panel are different so you'll want to keep them separate.

  8. Get a metal pry tool and get it between the rubber and the plastic. Once you have a good piece preyed up you can remove it with your hand.
    • Get a metal pry tool and get it between the rubber and the plastic.

    • Once you have a good piece preyed up you can remove it with your hand.

    • This will deform the plastic a little bit but you can re-adhere this to the plastic underneath.

  9. Get your screwdriver and unscrew all of the screws. You can the get a pry tool and pry up the plastic panel.
    • Get your screwdriver and unscrew all of the screws.

    • You can the get a pry tool and pry up the plastic panel.

    • If the panel doesn't come off completely try unscrewing the screws a little more until the plastic panel comes off with the rubber.

  10. Get your tweezers and pry off the connector being careful not to tear the cable. You can then get a plastic pry tool and put it in one of the corners of the board to pry it up and out of the casing.
    • Get your tweezers and pry off the connector being careful not to tear the cable.

    • You can then get a plastic pry tool and put it in one of the corners of the board to pry it up and out of the casing.

  11. You can then remove the speaker cable and the top board cable.
    • You can then remove the speaker cable and the top board cable.

Conclusión

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

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Hadena

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Dear sir,

Can you supply boards for sony SRS-X11 boards kindly replay immediately.

kamath

biomedical engineer

nagkamath@gmail.com

kamath - Contestar

our device is not getting on, no indication can you any thing to check.

kamath - Contestar

Did someone replace the battery?

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