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Versione corrente di: Nick ,

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Depending on how deep it went, it may make more sense to replace the speaker :-(. Wax sucks to remove - it’s just as bad as paint.
 
There is no guide for the speaker, but you can reference [guide|129914|the lightning connector guide] to get an idea how to get to it. I would also change the port assembly as well just to be sure the major points of damage are fixed and won’t come back to bite.
There is no guide for the speaker, but you can reference [guide|129914|the lightning connector guide] to get an idea how to get to it. I would also change the port assembly as well just to be sure the major points of damage are fixed and won’t come back to bite.

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Modifica di: Nick ,

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Depending on how deep it went, it may make more sense to replace the speaker :-(. Wax sucks to remove - it’s just as bad as paint.
 
There is no guide for the speaker, but you can reference [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPhone+11+Pro+Max+Lightning+Connector+Assembly+Replacement/129914|theguide|129914|the lightning connector guide] to get an idea how to get to it. Don’t split the boards or remove any parts that can stay in, but that will give you a idea of how to get to the speaker. I would also change the port as well just to be sure the major points of damage are fixed and won’t come back to bite.
There is no guide for the speaker, but you can reference [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPhone+11+Pro+Max+Lightning+Connector+Assembly+Replacement/129914|theguide|129914|the lightning connector guide] to get an idea how to get to it. Don’t split the boards or remove any parts that can stay in, but that will give you a idea of how to get to the speaker. I would also change the port as well just to be sure the major points of damage are fixed and won’t come back to bite.

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Modifica di: Nick ,

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Depending on how deep it went, it may make more sense to replace the speaker :-(. Wax sucks to remove - it’s just as bad as paint.
 
There is no guide for the speaker, but you can reference [guide|126000|the teardown|stepid=243571https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPhone+11+Pro+Max+Lightning+Connector+Assembly+Replacement/129914|the lightning connector guide] to get an idea how to get to it. Don’t split the boards or remove any parts that can stay in, but that will give you a idea of how to get to the speaker. I would also change the port as well just to be sure the major points of damage are fixed and won’t come back to bite.
There is no guide for the speaker, but you can reference [guide|126000|the teardown|stepid=243571https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPhone+11+Pro+Max+Lightning+Connector+Assembly+Replacement/129914|the lightning connector guide] to get an idea how to get to it. Don’t split the boards or remove any parts that can stay in, but that will give you a idea of how to get to the speaker. I would also change the port as well just to be sure the major points of damage are fixed and won’t come back to bite.

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Post originale di: Nick ,

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Depending on how deep it went, it may make more sense to replace the speaker :-(. Wax sucks to remove - it’s just as bad as paint.

There is no guide for the speaker, but you can reference [guide|126000|the teardown|stepid=243571] to get an idea how to get to  it. Don’t split the boards or remove any parts that can stay in, but that will give you a idea of how to get to the speaker.

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