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Bose SoundDock Portable v2 Speaker Replacement

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    • Gently pry the front mesh cover off of the SoundDock using a metal spudger.

    • The mesh is held on by small velcro strips so if you hear a tearing sound it is just the velcro coming apart

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    • Remove the four 16mm #2 screws holding the speaker to the base using a #2 screwdriver

    • Gently lift the speaker from the base.

    • Do not lift the speaker to far out of the base, you may damage the wires.

  3. Bose SoundDock Portable v2 Speaker Replacement: étape 3, image 1 de 1
    • You will notice 2 coils of wire around the speaker's input tabs. Slide these coils off as un-winding the wires may break the wires. Slide the coils around your new driver.

Conclusion

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

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I am unsure of what to do in step #3…

Is the purpose to remove the speaker completely and place a brand new one? (Making sure not to pull the old speaker too far out as to not break any wire… ) ???

Edited comment:

I am not sure what they mean by "pins".

vero198099 - Réponse

Hi I just accidently pushed in that dome part in the middle a little and now it distorts. I tried using a vacuum but it didnt work. Please help!!!!!!!!

AJ Grape - Réponse

Try to see if there’s any way you can reduce the nozzle size of the vacuum cleaner you’re using - this should increase the flow rate, and possibly the amount of force applied over such a small area.

Alternatively, you can use a very very fine needle, bend the end of it, and use it to “hook” the cone. This method is really a last resort, as you want to avoid making even the smallest of holes.

Absolute last resort is replacing the speaker, which if you can find a replacement, should be pretty easy.

Colm Donnelly -

Need help love this speaker when it’s played loud it makes a load noise when the base is on changed aux lead think it’s the speaker what do I do

Chantelle Webb - Réponse

How do you cut on without remote

Chad Davenport - Réponse

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