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Jam XT HX-P430 Disassembly

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Uno straordinario membro della nostra comunità ha realizzato questa guida. Non è gestita dallo staff iFixit.

This a quick disassembly of the Jam XT HX-P430 Ruggedized Speaker.

  • Autore: Wolf Andrew
  • Stima il tempo: 4 - 8 minuti
  • Difficoltà: Moderato

Passo 1 Casing  ¶ 

You can really take this off however you want but here's a pic.

Passo 1 Casing  ¶ 

  • You can really take this off however you want but here's a pic.

Passo 2 Speaker Guard  ¶ 

Using a spudger or similar pry the guard off one side at a time. Using a spudger or similar pry the guard off one side at a time. Using a spudger or similar pry the guard off one side at a time.

Passo 2 Speaker Guard  ¶ 

  • Using a spudger or similar pry the guard off one side at a time.

Passo 3 Screws!  ¶ 

Remove the screws for the speaker and the four that are down the holes. It isn't necessary but I removed the d-ring as well.

Passo 3 Screws!  ¶ 

  • Remove the screws for the speaker and the four that are down the holes.

  • It isn't necessary but I removed the d-ring as well.

Passo 4 Case  ¶ 

Remove the black button spacers. (Note: There are 3 spacers I lost one). Push the white bottom through the hole and slowly wiggle the blue case off. Be careful not to break the speaker cables. Now remove the four screws.

Passo 4 Case  ¶ 

  • Remove the black button spacers. (Note: There are 3 spacers I lost one).

  • Push the white bottom through the hole and slowly wiggle the blue case off. Be careful not to break the speaker cables.

  • Now remove the four screws.

Passo 5 Board and Battery.  ¶ 

They used black silicone to keep the connectors together so the entire assembly may come off. I suggest making sure you know how the go back together. Carefully using a knife try to split the silicone so the connectors come off easily. Next remove the fours screws holding the board in. (Note:  There is two matching pairs.)

Passo 5 Board and Battery.  ¶ 

  • They used black silicone to keep the connectors together so the entire assembly may come off. I suggest making sure you know how the go back together.

  • Carefully using a knife try to split the silicone so the connectors come off easily.

  • Next remove the fours screws holding the board in. (Note: There is two matching pairs.)

  • Using the spudger remove the battery from the white plastic.

Passo 6 Finished!  ¶ 

Yay! It is disassembled. (Note: There are 3 spacers I lost one).

Passo 6 Finished!  ¶ 

  • Yay! It is disassembled.

  • (Note: There are 3 spacers I lost one).