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Hi @slc1994 ,
 
Given that the battery hasn’t been recharged for 2 years, it most probably has become depleted beyond recovery and needs to be replaced.
 
Have you thought about doing the repair yourself?
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [guide|78210] guide. It details the necessary tools that are required and the procedure to gain access to the battery.
 
Here’s a link to the [guide|78017] guide which shows how to remove it, before the battery removal procedure can be done.
 
Replacement batteries are available online.
 
Just search for ''Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 2 battery'' to get results for suppliers.
 
Here’s a link to a list of [https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=Harman+Kardon+Onyx+Studio+2+battery&_sacat=0|suppliers] just to give you an idea of the cost of the battery. You may find there are other suppliers that suit you better.
 
The only thing to be aware of is that you reconnect the new battery the same way as the old battery was connected (in case the connector goes on both ways) so that the battery polarity is correct. Just check which side the red wire goes to or take pictures before you unplug the old battery to remind you. (pull out by gripping the plastic connector and not by the wires)
 
You’ll get a great sense of satisfaction if youIf you do decide to repair it yourself you’ll get a great sense of satisfaction afterwards, when it works afterwardsworks. Just remember to take your time doing it and not to rush it. Keep a jar or container handy to put all the screws in so that you don’t lose any of them. Also remember to fully charge the new battery after the repair, before testing the speaker
You’ll get a great sense of satisfaction if youIf you do decide to repair it yourself you’ll get a great sense of satisfaction afterwards, when it works afterwardsworks. Just remember to take your time doing it and not to rush it. Keep a jar or container handy to put all the screws in so that you don’t lose any of them. Also remember to fully charge the new battery after the repair, before testing the speaker
 
Good luck with the repair ;-)

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi @slc1994 ,
 
Given that the battery hasn’t been recharged for 2 years, it most probably has become depleted beyond recovery and needs to be replaced.
 
Have you thought about doing the repair yourself?
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [guide|78210] guide. It details the necessary tools that are required and the procedure to gain access to the battery.
 
Here’s a link to the [guide|78017] guide which shows how to remove it, before the battery removal procedure can be done.
 
Replacement batteries are available online.
 
Just search for ''Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 2 battery'' to get results for suppliers.
 
Here’s a link to a list of [https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=Harman+Kardon+Onyx+Studio+2+battery&_sacat=0|suppliers] just to give you an idea of the cost of the battery. You may find that otherthere are other suppliers that suit you better.
Here’s a link to a list of [https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=Harman+Kardon+Onyx+Studio+2+battery&_sacat=0|suppliers] just to give you an idea of the cost of the battery. You may find that otherthere are other suppliers that suit you better.
 
The only thing to be aware of is that you reconnect the new battery the same way as the old battery was connected (in case the connector goes on both ways) so that the battery polarity is correct. Just check which side the red wire goes to or take pictures before you unplug the old battery to remind you. (pull out by gripping the plastic connector and not by the wires)
 
You’ll get a great sense of satisfaction if you do decide to repair it yourself when it works afterwards. Just remember to take your time doing it and not to rush it. Keep a jar or container handy to put all the screws in so that you don’t lose any of them. Also remember to fully charge the new battery after the repair, before testing the speaker
 
Good luck with the repair ;-)

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi @slc1994 ,
 
Given that the battery hasn’t been recharged for 2 years, it most probably has become depleted beyond recovery and needs to be replaced.
 
Have you thought about doing the repair yourself?
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [guide|78210] guide. It details the necessary tools that are required and the procedure to gain access to the battery.
 
Here’s a link to the [guide|78017] guide which shows how to remove it, before the battery removal procedure can be done.
 
Replacement batteries are available online.
 
Just search for ''Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 2 battery'' to get results for suppliers.
 
Here’s a link to a list of [https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=Harman+Kardon+Onyx+Studio+2+battery&_sacat=0|suppliers] just to give you an idea of the cost of the battery. You may find that other suppliers suit you better.
 
The only thing to be aware of is that you reconnect the new battery the same way as the old battery was connected (in case the connector goes on both ways) so that the battery polarity is correct. Just check which side the red wire goes to or take pictures before you unplug the old battery to remind you. (pull out by gripping the plastic connector and not by the wires)
 
You’ll get a great sense of satisfaction if you do decide to repair it yourself when it works afterwards. Just remember to take your time doing it and not to rush it. Keep a jar or container handy to put all the screws in so that you don’t lose any of them. Also remember to fully charge the new battery after the repair, before testing the speaker
You’ll get a great sense of satisfaction if you do decide to repair it yourself when it works afterwards. Just remember to take your time doing it and not to rush it. Keep a jar or container handy to put all the screws in so that you don’t lose any of them. Also remember to fully charge the new battery after the repair, before testing the speaker
 
Good luck with the repair ;-)

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi @slc1994 ,
 
Given that the battery hasn’t been recharged for 2 years, it most probably has become depleted beyond recovery and needs to be replaced.
 
Have you thought about doing the repair yourself?
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [guide|78210] guide. It details the necessary tools that are required and the procedure to gain access to the battery.
 
Here’s a link to the [guide|78017] guide which shows how to remove it, before the battery removal procedure can be done.
 
Replacement batteries are available online.
 
Just search for ''Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 2 battery'' to get results for suppliers.
 
Here’s a link to a list of [https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=Harman+Kardon+Onyx+Studio+2+battery&_sacat=0|suppliers] just to give you an idea of the cost of the battery. You may find that other suppliers suit you better.
 
The only thing to be aware of is that you reconnect the new battery the same way as the old battery was connected (in case the connector goes on both ways) so that the battery polarity is correct. Just check which side the red wire goes to or take pictures before you unplug the old battery to remind you. (pull out by gripping the plastic connector and not by the wires)
 
You’ll get a great sense of satisfaction if you do decide to repair it yourself when it works afterwards. Just remember to take your time doing it and not to rush it. Keep a jar or container handy to put all the screws in so that you don’t lose them. Also remember to fully charge the battery after the repair, before testing the speaker

Good luck with the repair
;-)
You’ll get a great sense of satisfaction if you do decide to repair it yourself when it works afterwards. Just remember to take your time doing it and not to rush it. Keep a jar or container handy to put all the screws in so that you don’t lose them. Also remember to fully charge the battery after the repair, before testing the speaker

Good luck with the repair
;-)

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi @slc1994 ,
 
Given that the battery hasn’t been recharged for 2 years, it most probably has become depleted beyond recovery and needs to be replaced.
 
Have you thought about doing the repair yourself?
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [guide|78210] guide. It details the necessary tools that are required and the procedure to gain access to the battery.
 
Here’s a link to the [guide|78017] guide which shows how to remove it, before the battery removal procedure can be done.
 
Replacement batteries are available online.
 
Just search for ''Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 2 battery'' to get results for suppliers.
 
Here’s a link to a list of [https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=Harman+Kardon+Onyx+Studio+2+battery&_sacat=0|suppliers] just to give you an idea of the cost of the battery. You may find that other suppliers suit you better.
 
The only thing to be aware of is that you reconnect the new battery the same way as the old battery was connected (in case the connector goes on both ways) so that the battery polarity is correct. Just check which side the red wire goes to or take pictures before you unplug the old battery to remind you. (pull out by gripping the plastic connector and not by the wires)
 
You’ll get a great sense of satisfaction if you do decide to repair it yourselfyourself when it works afterwards. Just remember to take your time doing it and not to rush it. Also remember to fully charge the battery after the repair, before testing the speaker ;-)
You’ll get a great sense of satisfaction if you do decide to repair it yourselfyourself when it works afterwards. Just remember to take your time doing it and not to rush it. Also remember to fully charge the battery after the repair, before testing the speaker ;-)

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi @slc1994 ,
 
Given that the battery hasn’t been recharged for 2 years, it most probably has become depleted beyond recovery and needs to be replaced.
 
Have you thought about doing the repair yourself?
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [guide|78210] guide. It details the necessary tools that are required and the procedure to gain access to the battery.
 
Here’s a link to the [guide|78017] guide which shows how to remove it, before the battery removal procedure can be done.
 
Replacement batteries are available online.
 
Just search for ''Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 2 battery'' to get results for suppliers.
 
Here’s a link to a list of [https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=Harman+Kardon+Onyx+Studio+2+battery&_sacat=0|suppliers] just to give you an idea of the cost of the battery. You may find that other suppliers suit you better.
 
The only thing to be aware of is that you reconnect the new battery the same way as the old battery was connected (in case the connector goes on both ways) so that the battery polarity is correct. Just check which side the red wire goes to or take pictures before you unplug the old battery to remind you. (pull out by gripping the plastic connector and not by the wires)
 
You’ll get a great sense of satisfaction if you do decide to repair it yourself. Just remember to take your time doing it and not to rush it. ;-)

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi @slc1994 ,
 
Given that the battery hasn’t been recharged for 2 years, it most probably has become depleted beyond recovery and needs to be replaced.
 
Have you thought about doing the repair yourself?
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [guide|78210] guide. It details the necessary tools that are required and the procedure to gain access to the battery.
 
Here’s a link to the [guide|78017] guide which shows how to remove it, before the battery removal procedure is can be done.
Here’s a link to the [guide|78017] guide which shows how to remove it, before the battery removal procedure is can be done.
 
Replacement batteries are available online.
 
Just search for ''Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 2 battery'' to get results for suppliers.
 
Here’s a link to a list of [https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=Harman+Kardon+Onyx+Studio+2+battery&_sacat=0|suppliers] just to give you an idea of the cost of the battery. You may find that other suppliers suit you better.
 
The only thing to be aware of is that you reconnect the new battery the same way as the old battery was connected (in case the connector goes on both ways) so that the battery polarity is correct. Just check which side the red wire goes to or take pictures before you unplug the old battery to remind you. (pull out by gripping the plastic connector and not by the wires)

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Hi @slc1994 ,
 
Given that the battery hasn’t been recharged for 2 years, it most probably has become depleted beyond recovery and needs to be replaced.
 
Have you thought about doing the repair yourself?
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [guide|78210] guide. It details the necessary tools that are required and the procedure to gain access to the battery.
 
Here’s a link to the [guide|78017] guide) so that it can be removedguide which shows how to remove it, before access to the battery removal procedure is possiblecan be done.
Here’s a link to the [guide|78017] guide) so that it can be removedguide which shows how to remove it, before access to the battery removal procedure is possiblecan be done.
 
Replacement batteries are available online.
 
Just search for ''Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 2 battery'' to get results for suppliers.
 
Here’s a link to a list of [https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=Harman+Kardon+Onyx+Studio+2+battery&_sacat=0|suppliers] just to give you an idea of the cost of the battery. You may find that other suppliers suit you better.
 
The only thing to be aware of is that you reconnect the new battery the same way as the old battery was connected (in case the connector goes on both ways) so that the battery polarity is correct. Just check which side the red wire goes to or take pictures before you unplug the old battery to remind you. (pull out by gripping the plastic connector and not by the wires)

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi @slc1994 ,
 
Given that the battery hasn’t been recharged for 2 years, it most probably has become depleted beyond recovery and needs to be replaced.
 
Have you thought about doing the repair yourself?
 
Here’s a link to the ifixit [guide|78210] guide. It details the necessary tools that are required and the procedure to gain access to the battery. Replacement batteries are available online.
Here’s a link to the ifixit [guide|78210] guide. It details the necessary tools that are required and the procedure to gain access to the battery. Replacement batteries are available online.
 
Here’s a link to the [guide|78017] guide) so that it can be removed before access to the battery removal procedure is possible.
 
Replacement batteries are available online.
 
Just search for ''Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 2 battery'' to get results for suppliers.
 
Here’s a link to a list of [https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=Harman+Kardon+Onyx+Studio+2+battery&_sacat=0|suppliers] just to give you an idea of the cost of the battery. You may find that other suppliers suit you better.
 
The only thing to be aware of is that you reconnect the new battery the same way as the old battery was connected (in case the connector goes on both ways) so that the battery polarity is correct. Just check which side the red wire goes to or take pictures before you unplug the old battery to remind you. (pull out by gripping the plastic connector and not by the wires)

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Hi @slc1994 ,

Given that the battery hasn’t been recharged for 2 years, it most probably has become depleted beyond recovery and needs to be replaced.

Have you thought about doing the repair yourself?

Here’s a link to the ifixit [guide|78210] guide. It details the necessary tools that are required and the procedure to gain access to the battery. Replacement batteries are available online.

Here’s a link to the [guide|78017] guide) so that it can be removed before access to the battery removal procedure is possible.

Just search for ''Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 2  battery'' to get results for suppliers.

Here’s a link to a list of [https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=Harman+Kardon+Onyx+Studio+2+battery&_sacat=0|suppliers] just to give you an idea of the cost of the battery. You may find that other suppliers suit you better.

The only thing to be aware of is that you reconnect the new battery the same way as the old battery was connected (in case the connector goes on both ways) so that the battery polarity is correct. Just check which side the red wire goes to or take pictures before you unplug the old battery to remind you. (pull out by gripping the plastic connector and not by the wires)

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