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Repair guides and support for smaller headsets that rest on the ear, also known as supra-aural headphones.

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Does anyone know how to disassemble a Jabra Evolve 65?

The mic is working inconsistently. When the mic boom is moved the sound cuts.

So loose connection.

Problem is - I can't for the life of me find out how to open it.

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Well I learned something!

And broke something along the way :P

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One should NOT attempt to pry of the sides. They will come of, but you will destroy the threading of 3 screws.

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What you want to do is find a flat screwdriver or similiar and press on one side of the hinge. (the front one if you keep the mic on your right.

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I hope it is visible that that can be pushed out.

If you pick the wrong side (like me) you'll break the little bit it pivots over.

Should you succeed you'll have fine access to the innards.

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Thank you so much! You saved me having to break mine :)

My battery seems to have stopped working though... and I can't for the life of me find a replacement.

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I also couldn't find a battery replacement for my evolve 75. In the end Jabra replaced the whole headset and now I have this partially disassembled one in case I ever find a battery.

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Thank you too - my kids managed to rip off the left hand speaker. I can't see from your picture the colour of the L+ and L- cables. I have an orange and dark grey cable and need to figure out which is positive and which is negative.

Thanks

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Thank you so much!

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Thank you :)

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See if this video helps you tear into it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHEiUoMi...

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Ear pad / Speaker

Both hinge pins are quite long and look like this:

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They fit into holes in the ear pad / speaker assembly. I wouldn’t worry though which side you disassemble first. Though the hole approximately opposite the power switch looks easier to slip onto its pin:

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It appears both would be equally difficult to disassemble:

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Battery

Any li-po battery with a thermistor (white) lead, approximately the same maH rating and PCM should do. The XINJ LP502035 in my spare parts bin fits a bit too snugly, but works:

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Yes, despite the above advice, I managed to break off a pin. :(

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At least for the left ear there is an easier disassembly possible!

1) remove the side (its only connected with three clips). NO screws here (Jabra Evolve 65).

2) use a small screw driver to lift the hole over the pin (see details above) but do so by accessing the hole through the openings now accessible form the outside (see picture)

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Using the approach of Christian Kjaer I also broke one pin. No way to open it that way.

I would think at least on a Jabra Evolve 65 the right ear (with mic) is also assembled without screws to hold the side lid.

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