Introduzione

This guide will instruct you how to disassemble the speaker in order to replace the battery. It's a task that shouldn't take longer than 30 minutes and has a moderate difficulty.

  1. Remove the speaker case from the outer casing by prying it from the base of the speaker using a metal spudger.
    • Remove the speaker case from the outer casing by prying it from the base of the speaker using a metal spudger.

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  2. Remove the four T-8 screws (15 mm long) from the black speaker face.
    • Remove the four T-8 screws (15 mm long) from the black speaker face.

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    • Pry the two rubber end pieces loose enough to pry off two pieces of the long plastic casing from the speaker body using a metal spudger.

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    • Pry the two remaining rubber pieces of the casing completely away from the body of the speaker with the same metal pry tool.

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    • Once you have removed the outer blue casing, four T-8 screws (15 mm long) will be revealed on each corner. After removing these screws, simply pull the top part of the speaker way from the body to get the the inner part of the speaker.

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    • Once you have gotten to the internal parts of the speaker, there are seven wires connecting the speaker plate to the body of the speaker. Pinch the release tabs at the top of each of the four main wires to remove them.

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    • Simply pull the thin wires on each side to remove them from their attachment points.

    • Remove the final red and black wire by gently pulling it apart.

    • This will ultimately detach the speaker plate from the base.

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    • Unscrew the PH1 screw at the top of the speaker.

    Step 8 picture shows a small green pcb component, in my black model i nearly damaged this when sliding the white frame/main pcb out from the hard shell. The small component above is attached to the main board and to prevent damage i would suggest prising up/ apart the shell a few mm to get the pins out from the connector between them. Or risk bending the pins like i did or risk breaking the component. Great care needed to return these parts to their normal position when reassembling the unit. However the poc here shows there may have been a prior attemt to take it apart as i can see the green component has already been removed

    rob - Replica

    Edit, its actually easier to remove the component first (prise it up from its adhesive backing very careful not to snap it as its a very thin peice of pcb here) before sliding out the white frame/main board, and it is far easier to ad last on the rebuild than trying to slide the main frame back in as lining up the pins is very difficult.

    rob - Replica

    • Slide the white protective case out of the speaker.

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    • Unplug the wire that connects the battery to the motherboard.

    • To remove the battery, peel away the tape that holds the battery in place.

    Hello would you please include a picture of the side of the battery that has all the technical information such as model number, voltage and mha ratings.. Also a source to purchase would be appreciated thanks..

    Frank - Replica

    Battery details;

    model ID770

    Rechargeable Li Ion battery

    7.4v dc 5400mah 39.96wh

    huizhou highpower technology co ltd

    china

    2017/03

    korea 1588-0911

    2ICR19/65-2

    rob - Replica

    I cant seem to find a replacement anywhere, and the details are specific enough to see but i dont know how to get a replacement battery. Mine is at fault and wont seem to recharge to enough power to run. Shortly after initial start up and BT light flashes white then all lights go orange/charge mode then shuts off

    rob - Replica

Conclusione

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

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Where can I purchase a replacement battery

andrewamenard - Replica

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