Aller au contenu principal

Réparez vos affaires

Droit à la réparation

Boutique

Introduction

You will need to research online for replacement batteries of the same dimensions, 3.7 volts, 330mAh (or greater) and with wire leads. The replacement consists of desoldering the old batteries and soldering the new ones to the motherboard. This replacement guide will give you the confidence to do it yourself.

  1. Using a metal spudger, peel back the foam pad on the bottom of the device to reveal six screws. Using a metal spudger, peel back the foam pad on the bottom of the device to reveal six screws.
    • Using a metal spudger, peel back the foam pad on the bottom of the device to reveal six screws.

  2. Remove the six 20 mm T6 screws from the bottom of the device.
    • Remove the six 20 mm T6 screws from the bottom of the device.

  3. Le kit d'outils Essentiel

    Les outils les plus utiles dans notre kit le plus compact.

    J'achète

    Le kit d'outils Essentiel

    Les outils les plus utiles dans notre kit le plus compact.

    J'achète
  4. Remove the back plate and the grey foam underneath. Remove the back plate and the grey foam underneath.
    • Remove the back plate and the grey foam underneath.

  5. Use a small, pointed metal spudger to  release the plastic tabs connecting the faceplate to the bottom of the speaker. A small cable connects the faceplate to the device. Carefully disconnect the cable before fully opening  the device. Slowly flip the device open like a clam shell.
    • Use a small, pointed metal spudger to release the plastic tabs connecting the faceplate to the bottom of the speaker.

    • A small cable connects the faceplate to the device. Carefully disconnect the cable before fully opening the device.

    • Slowly flip the device open like a clam shell.

    • There are several wires soldered to the motherboard that prevent the faceplate from detaching completely.

  6. Once you have carefully separated the bottom case from the top case, locate the two batteries attached to the motherboard. Notice that each battery has two wires, one red and the other black, soldered to the board. Make a careful note of which is soldered to which pad.
    • Once you have carefully separated the bottom case from the top case, locate the two batteries attached to the motherboard.

    • Notice that each battery has two wires, one red and the other black, soldered to the board. Make a careful note of which is soldered to which pad.

    • Desolder the battery connections using the heated soldering iron.

    • You can find soldering tips in the How To Solder and Desolder Connections guide.

  7. The battery is glued to the motherboard. Take care not to damage it in any way with excessive force in removing it.
    • The battery is glued to the motherboard. Take care not to damage it in any way with excessive force in removing it.

    • Carefully pry the battery away from the motherboard using a plastic opening tool. The glue gives very slowly under constant pressure and cannot be hurried. As the battery starts to lift you can insert the prying tool further as you continue to lift the battery.

    • The adhesive may still have sufficient stickiness to hold the new batteries, but if not, replace it with doule sided tape.

    • Solder the wires of the new batteries to the board, making sure that the red and black do to the correct pads.

Conclusion

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

11 autre(s) ont terminé cette réparation.

Edgar Tavares

Membre depuis le 16/02/2016

305 Réputation

1 tutoriel rédigé

Équipe

IUPUI, Team 2-3, Harley Spring 2016 Membre de l'équipe IUPUI, Team 2-3, Harley Spring 2016

IUPUI-HARLEY-S16S2G3

4 membres

4 tutoriels rédigés

Thanks pal!

Freezing the headset in an airtight bag for 24 hours worked.

Best wishes,

Ronny

Norway

Ronny - Réponse

Very precisely described steps, super well written - excellent job Ed, thanks

Rafael Benitez - Réponse

Ajouter un commentaire

Afficher les statistiques:

Dernières 24 heures : 9

7 derniers jours : 111

30 derniers jours : 341

Total : 11,833