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If your Altec Lansing Mini Lifejacket 2's speaker is damaged or faulty, use the following step-by-step guide to replace it. This guide applies to both the speakers.

  1. Use the spudger to remove the eight black pins from the front and back of the wire screens. Use the spudger to remove the eight black pins from the front and back of the wire screens. Use the spudger to remove the eight black pins from the front and back of the wire screens.
    • Use the spudger to remove the eight black pins from the front and back of the wire screens.

  2. Detach the eight secondary pins from the front and back of the wire mesh plates with a spudger. Removing the secondary pins from the rubber casing is optional. Removing the secondary pins from the rubber casing is optional.
    • Detach the eight secondary pins from the front and back of the wire mesh plates with a spudger.

    • Removing the secondary pins from the rubber casing is optional.

  3. Remove both black and orange layers from the speaker body. Remove both black and orange layers from the speaker body.
    • Remove both black and orange layers from the speaker body.

  4. Remove the single 7.8mm Phillips #2 screw from the mounting plate located under the device. Slide the mounting plate out to remove it. Slide the mounting plate out to remove it.
    • Remove the single 7.8mm Phillips #2 screw from the mounting plate located under the device.

    • Slide the mounting plate out to remove it.

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  6. Pry off the wire mesh on both sides using a metal spudger. Be gentle to avoid bending the mesh.
    • Pry off the wire mesh on both sides using a metal spudger.

    • Be gentle to avoid bending the mesh.

  7. Using tweezers, remove the four rubber stoppers in each corner of the rear panel. Using tweezers, remove the four rubber stoppers in each corner of the rear panel.
    • Using tweezers, remove the four rubber stoppers in each corner of the rear panel.

  8. Remove the four 13.7mm Phillips #1 screws located underneath the rubber stoppers.
    • Remove the four 13.7mm Phillips #1 screws located underneath the rubber stoppers.

  9. Pull the case apart to access the interior components.
    • Pull the case apart to access the interior components.

  10. To remove the back panel, gently pull out its wire harness. To remove the back panel, gently pull out its wire harness. To remove the back panel, gently pull out its wire harness.
    • To remove the back panel, gently pull out its wire harness.

  11. Remove the three 9.3 mm Phillips #1 screws on the speaker cover. Remove the three 9.3 mm Phillips #1 screws on the speaker cover.
    • Remove the three 9.3 mm Phillips #1 screws on the speaker cover.

  12. To remove the speaker, gently pull out the its wire harness. To remove the speaker, gently pull out the its wire harness. To remove the speaker, gently pull out the its wire harness.
    • To remove the speaker, gently pull out the its wire harness.

  13. Remove the rubber ring from the rim of the speaker. This ring helps keep water from entering the device. Be careful to position it correctly during reassembly.
    • Remove the rubber ring from the rim of the speaker.

    • This ring helps keep water from entering the device. Be careful to position it correctly during reassembly.

Abschluss

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

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