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Beats Studio First Generation Headphone Jack Replacement

Empfohlene Anleitung von Studenten

Empfohlene Anleitung von Studenten

Diese Anleitung ist das Werk unserer herausragenden Studenten und wird von den iFixit-Mitarbeitern als außergewöhnlich gut eingestuft.

Disassemble your first generation Beats Studios so that you can repair or replace the headphone jack.

  • Autor: Garrett Reed
  • Geschätzte Zeit: 20 Minuten - 1 Stunde
  • Schwierigkeitsgrad: Moderat

Use this guide to access the headphone jack and check soldered connections. I you are planning to follow this replacement guide, you should have identified the headphone jack as a source of a problem (or maybe you just want to see the guts of your Beats Studios).

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Werkzeuge

Schritt 1 Removing the metal ring.  ¶ 

Use a 00 Phillips head scewdriver to remove the screws holding down the metal ring.

Schritt 1 Removing the metal ring.  ¶ 

  • Use a 00 Phillips head scewdriver to remove the screws holding down the metal ring.

  • Set aside the metal ring.

  • 7 Phillips type 00, 3.9mm long screws.

Schritt 2 Removing the speaker assembly.  ¶ 

Using the 0 Phillips head screwdriver, remove the 3 screws holding down the red speaker assembly.

Schritt 2 Removing the speaker assembly.  ¶ 

  • Using the 0 Phillips head screwdriver, remove the 3 screws holding down the red speaker assembly.

  • 3 Phillips type 0, 8.0mm long screws.

Schritt 3 Remove the PCB screw.  ¶ 

Use the 00 screwdriver to remove the screw holding down the headphone jack PCB board.

Schritt 3 Remove the PCB screw.  ¶ 

  • Use the 00 screwdriver to remove the screw holding down the headphone jack PCB board.

  • 1 Phillips type 00, 5.0mm long screw.

Schritt 4 Removing the headphone jack assembly.  ¶ 

Use a plastic opening tool to gently pry the headphone jack and board up and out as shown. Inspect the wires and ensure that they are all appropriately attached and not shorted or frayed.

Schritt 4 Removing the headphone jack assembly.  ¶ 

  • Use a plastic opening tool to gently pry the headphone jack and board up and out as shown.

  • Inspect the wires and ensure that they are all appropriately attached and not shorted or frayed.

  • If necessary, the board can be de-soldered and replaced with a new jack and board assembly.