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The speakers are located behind the motherboard. Follow this guide to replace one or both broken speakers.

  1. Make sure the device is powered off before you begin to disassemble the speaker. Remove the trim from the speaker using a jimmy or metal spudger. Remove the trim from the speaker using a jimmy or metal spudger.
    • Make sure the device is powered off before you begin to disassemble the speaker.

    • Remove the trim from the speaker using a jimmy or metal spudger.

  2. Use the PH1 screwdriver to remove all five of the 6 mm screws from the battery cover. Remove the battery cover and set the cover aside.
    • Use the PH1 screwdriver to remove all five of the 6 mm screws from the battery cover.

    • Remove the battery cover and set the cover aside.

  3. Use a spudger to carefully remove the liquid electrical tape that holds the battery inside the battery compartment. Be careful not to puncture the battery, or damage the battery wire underneath the liquid electrical tape.
    • Use a spudger to carefully remove the liquid electrical tape that holds the battery inside the battery compartment.

    • Be careful not to puncture the battery, or damage the battery wire underneath the liquid electrical tape.

    This is NOT liquid Electrical tape! I recommend using 3M adhesive silicone. If you are doing this repair then you can find the 3m adhesive silicone at automotive stores. Liquid tape hardens and 3M adhesive remains mailable vs the rock hardening effect of liquid tape.

    Liz Ramirez - Replica

  4. Use a nylon spudger to lift the battery out of the device. Lift the end of the battery that does not have the wire connection and remove the 16 mm PH2 screw underneath the battery.
    • Use a nylon spudger to lift the battery out of the device.

    • Lift the end of the battery that does not have the wire connection and remove the 16 mm PH2 screw underneath the battery.

    • Notice the wire that is connecting the battery to the device. Attempting to remove the battery completely could cause damage to the wire. Do not use a metal spudger to remove the battery, this could cause damage.

  5. Remove the four 16 mm screws from the white plastic casing using the PH2 screwdriver. Remove the four 16 mm screws from the white plastic casing using the PH2 screwdriver.
    • Remove the four 16 mm screws from the white plastic casing using the PH2 screwdriver.

    The two screws on the right side (side with the USB port) are too long to extract with the iFixit screwdriver in the basic kit. I needed to use a regular thin PH2 screwdriver to get them out.

    Matthew Poole - Replica

    I had this problem also, whenever putting the screws back in there were still air pockets in the side with smaller screws

    Kamden Runyon - Replica

  6. Starting in a corner of the device where the casing and the side meet, use a pointed metal spudger to pry the back casing off the speaker and the glue holding the seam together. Slide the metal spudger along the seam to separate the back casing from the rest of the speaker.
    • Starting in a corner of the device where the casing and the side meet, use a pointed metal spudger to pry the back casing off the speaker and the glue holding the seam together.

    • Slide the metal spudger along the seam to separate the back casing from the rest of the speaker.

  7. Once the back casing is open, disconnect the three white connectors from the motherboard. Remove the upper casing.
    • Once the back casing is open, disconnect the three white connectors from the motherboard.

    • Remove the upper casing.

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    kasravihasan - Replica

  8. Remove the 9 mm Phillips screw in the corner of the motherboard.
    • Remove the 9 mm Phillips screw in the corner of the motherboard.

    There are 2 screws to remove, the other is under the barcode sticker

    Andrew Allman - Replica

    hey bru the scewdriver you useing what do you call it and where can you get the kit

    warren - Replica

  9. Remove the motherboard from the casing  by lifting the corner of the board out of the device. If the motherboard won't budge, be sure that the square component on the bottom of the motherboard clears the edge of the speaker.
    • Remove the motherboard from the casing by lifting the corner of the board out of the device.

    • If the motherboard won't budge, be sure that the square component on the bottom of the motherboard clears the edge of the speaker.

    • During reassembly, make sure the motherboard is fully installed and not sticking up past its original position, as this could damage the motherboard.

  10. Disconnect the two white connectors from the bottom of the motherboard.
    • Disconnect the two white connectors from the bottom of the motherboard.

  11. Pull down on the black clip holding the ribbon cable in place. Pull the ribbon cable from the connector using the blue tab.
    • Pull down on the black clip holding the ribbon cable in place.

    • Pull the ribbon cable from the connector using the blue tab.

    • Remove the motherboard from the device.

  12. Using the PH1 screwdriver, remove the 9mm Phillips screw that connects the black tube to the device's interior.
    • Using the PH1 screwdriver, remove the 9mm Phillips screw that connects the black tube to the device's interior.

  13. Slowly but firmly pull the grey cap off the device. This will provide complete access to the speakers. Slowly but firmly pull the grey cap off the device. This will provide complete access to the speakers.
    • Slowly but firmly pull the grey cap off the device. This will provide complete access to the speakers.

  14. Each speaker is held in place with two 9mm Phillips screws. Remove the screws using the PH1 screwdriver head. If you are replacing the left speaker, remove the screws and speaker on your right.
    • Each speaker is held in place with two 9mm Phillips screws. Remove the screws using the PH1 screwdriver head.

    • If you are replacing the left speaker, remove the screws and speaker on your right.

    • If you are replacing the right speaker, remove the screws and speaker on your left.

    Where do I find a replacement speaker?

    jessica.peterson2010 - Replica

  15. Pull the speaker out of the casing.
    • Pull the speaker out of the casing.

Conclusione

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

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Donde encuentro las bocinas no sirven la que tiene

feliper233 - Replica

Donde puedo conseguir las bocinas?

feliper233 - Replica

Where can I get gthe replacement speaker?

rohit jayendra - Replica

where can i get replaicment speaker?

tamaerocksxd - Replica

Where do I get the replacement speakers

Robert - Replica

did you ever find the replacement speakers?

Kenny Moncus -

Where to buy replacement speakers for JBL Charge 3?

Turker - Replica

you ever find the replacement speakers?

Kenny Moncus -

Hi All, I suggest looking to eBay for broken JBL Charge's to source parts from.

Joe Durand - Replica

Can the JBL charge power a single or bigger speaker and what is the ohm of the stock speaker

rohrbaughfabrication - Replica

I found the charger 3 replacement speaker on eBay

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