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Battery replacement? (Soldering, series of questions, detailed)

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So my Marshall Mid Bluetooth headset stopped working abruptly today. It turns off immediately and will not charge. I’m assuming this means the battery has kicked the bucket.
 
I’m trying to see if it’s possible to replace the battery, but unfortunately there is almost nothing on the subject. The only source I could find is [post|459859] which was unfortunately left dormant before the important questions could be answered.
 
Therefore, I’m making this thread in the hopes that I can get an answer to the question: "'''How can one replace the battery on a Marshall Mid (bluetooth)?”'''
 
As I have ''no experience'' with soldering, I have a number of sub-questions to this topic just to make 100% sure that I’ve covered all my bases. I apologize for my lack of knowledge, but I just like to be as careful as possible. Also, please feel free to explain everything as in-depth as possible, as if I’m a five year old.
 
'''THE BATTERY'''
 
[image|1791264]
 
Above is a picture of the battery of a Marshall Mid (bluetooth). From the thread I linked, I understand the importance of correct dimensions and voltage, along with how to find these. I’ve looked around on the web and found this:
 
[https://www.ebay.com/itm/3-7V-800mAh-Li-Polymer-Li-po-battery-603040-3-wire-thermistor-For-GPS-Camera-PDA/183760291305?hash=item2ac8f785e9:g:cRwAAOSw8GJcpCCx|'''Would this battery work with the Marshall Mid?''']
 
I read in the other thread that the three wires are “negative”, “positive”, and “ground”. I kind of understand “positive” and “negative” (as all batteries have these), but I have no idea what “ground” is, and all the battery in the link tells me is that it’s got a “thermistor” (which some Googling did not help me understand in regards to this question).
 
'''THE REPAIR'''
 
[image|1791262]
 
Above is an image of the board of the Marshall Mid. I’ve highlighted the three wires of the battery (along with the two speaker connections) which I’ll get to shortly). My question in regards to this is simply: '''Is the repair is “just” to remove the old battery, insert the new and solder in the right wires in the right places?''' It seems very simple but I’ve no experience with soldering so I’m asking to be sure. Also, I’m curious as to how I would know which wire goes where.
 
'''(SIDE QUESTION) THE SPEAKERS'''
 
This question is slightly unrelated, but I could still use help with it. When opening the Marshall Mid, I accidentally uncoupled a speaker wire from its connection. This has made so the headset, when playing, only does so out of one ear. The question is: '''Will this be fixed simply by soldering the loose wire back to its connection?''' Again, assuming it’s the case but I’d like to cover my bases.
 
Also, I’ve been reading and watching videos on soldering recently. It seems ''relatively'' doable, but if you have any specific advice to this project I should be aware of, don’t hesitate to let me know.
 
'''SOLDERING QUESTIONS'''
 
Since this is my first soldering project I have to buy some equipment for it. Thankfully a simple soldering station is pretty cheap. My question here is: '''Is this equipment enough for the project?''' Do I need desoldering equipment?
 
[image|1791273]
 
[image|1791272]
 
[image|1791274]
 
'''Thank you for the help, it is ''extremely'' appreciated'''

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Marshall MID bluetooth Headphones

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編集者: Jonas ,

タイトル:

Battery replacement? (Soldering, series of questions, detailed)

テキスト:

So my Marshall Mid Bluetooth headset stopped working abruptly today. It turns off immediately and will not charge. I’m assuming this means the battery has kicked the bucket.
 
I’m trying to see if it’s possible to replace the battery, but unfortunately there is almost nothing on the subject. The only source I could find is [post|459859] which was unfortunately left dormant before the important questions could be answered.
 
Therefore, I’m making this thread in the hopes that I can get an answer to the question: "'''How can one replace the battery on a Marshall Mid (bluetooth)?”'''
 
As I have ''no experience'' with soldering, I have a number of sub-questions to this topic just to make 100% sure that I’ve covered all my bases. I apologize for my lack of knowledge, but I just like to be as careful as possible. Also, please feel free to explain everything as in-depth as possible, as if I’m a five year old.
 
'''THE BATTERY'''
 
[image|1791264]
 
Above is a picture of the battery of a Marshall Mid (bluetooth). From the thread I linked, I understand the importance of correct dimensions and voltage, along with how to find these. I’ve looked around on the web and found this:
 
[https://www.ebay.com/itm/3-7V-800mAh-Li-Polymer-Li-po-battery-603040-3-wire-thermistor-For-GPS-Camera-PDA/183760291305?hash=item2ac8f785e9:g:cRwAAOSw8GJcpCCx|'''Would this battery work with the Marshall Mid?''']
 
I read in the other thread that the three wires are “hot”“negative”, “positive”, and “ground”. But I kind of understand “positive” and “negative” (as all batteries have these), but I have no idea what these things mean in practice“ground” is, and all the battery in the link tells me is that it’s got a “thermistor” (which some Googling did not help me understand in regards to this question).
I read in the other thread that the three wires are “hot”“negative”, “positive”, and “ground”. But I kind of understand “positive” and “negative” (as all batteries have these), but I have no idea what these things mean in practice“ground” is, and all the battery in the link tells me is that it’s got a “thermistor” (which some Googling did not help me understand in regards to this question).
 
'''THE REPAIR'''
 
[image|1791262]
 
Above is an image of the board of the Marshall Mid. I’ve highlighted the three wires of the battery (along with the two speaker connections) which I’ll get to shortly). My question in regards to this is simply: '''Is the repair is “just” to remove the old battery, insert the new and solder in the right wires in the right places?''' It seems very simple but I’ve no experience with soldering so I’m asking to be sure. Also, I’m curious as to how I would know which wire goes where.
 
'''(SIDE QUESTION) THE SPEAKERS'''
 
This question is slightly unrelated, but I could still use help with it. When opening the Marshall Mid, I accidentally uncoupled a speaker wire from its connection. This has made so the headset, when playing, only does so out of one ear. The question is: '''Will this be fixed simply by soldering the loose wire back to its connection?''' Again, assuming it’s the case but I’d like to cover my bases.
 
Also, I’ve been reading and watching videos on soldering recently. It seems ''relatively'' doable, but if you have any specific advice to this project I should be aware of, don’t hesitate to let me know.
 
'''SOLDERING QUESTIONS'''
 
Since this is my first soldering project I have to buy some equipment for it. Thankfully a simple soldering station is pretty cheap. My question here is: '''Is this equipment enough for the project?''' Do I need desoldering equipment?
 
[image|1791273]
 
[image|1791272]
 
[image|1791274]
 
'''Thank you for the help, it is ''extremely'' appreciated'''

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Marshall MID bluetooth Headphones

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編集者: Jonas ,

タイトル:

Battery replacement? (Soldering, series of questions, longdetailed)
Battery replacement? (Soldering, series of questions, longdetailed)

テキスト:

So my Marshall Mid Bluetooth headset stopped working abruptly today. It turns off immediately and will not charge. I’m assuming this means the battery has kicked the bucket.
 
I’m trying to see if it’s possible to replace the battery, but unfortunately there is almost nothing on the subject. The only source I could find is [post|459859] which was unfortunately left dormant before the important questions could be answered.
 
Therefore, I’m making this thread in the hopes that I can get an answer to the question: "'''How can one replace the battery on a Marshall Mid (bluetooth)?”'''
 
As I have ''no experience'' with soldering, I have a number of sub-questions to this topic just to make 100% sure that I’ve covered all my bases. I apologize for my lack of knowledge, but I just like to be as careful as possible. Also, please feel free to explain everything as in-depth as possible, as if I’m a five year old.
 
'''THE BATTERY'''
 
[image|1791264]
 
Above is a picture of the battery of a Marshall Mid (bluetooth). From the thread I linked, I understand the importance of correct dimensions and voltage, along with how to find these. I’ve looked around on the web and found this:
 
[https://www.ebay.com/itm/3-7V-800mAh-Li-Polymer-Li-po-battery-603040-3-wire-thermistor-For-GPS-Camera-PDA/183760291305?hash=item2ac8f785e9:g:cRwAAOSw8GJcpCCx|'''Would this battery work with the Marshall Mid?''']
 
I read in the other thread that the three wires are “hot”, “positive”, and “ground”. But I have no idea what these things mean in practice, and all the battery in the link tells me is that it’s got a “thermistor” (which some Googling did not help me understand in regards to this question).
 
'''THE REPAIR'''
 
[image|1791262]
 
Above is an image of the board of the Marshall Mid. I’ve highlighted the three wires of the battery (along with the two speaker connections) which I’ll get to shortly). My question in regards to this is simply: '''Is the repair is “just” to remove the old battery, insert the new and solder in the right wires in the right places?''' It seems very simple but I’ve no experience with soldering so I’m asking to be sure. Also, I’m curious as to how I would know which wire goes where.
 
'''(SIDE QUESTION) THE SPEAKERS'''
 
This question is slightly unrelated, but I could still use help with it. When opening the Marshall Mid, I accidentally uncoupled a speaker wire from its connection. This has made so the headset, when playing, only does so out of one ear. The question is: '''Will this be fixed simply by soldering the loose wire back to its connection?''' Again, assuming it’s the case but I’d like to cover my bases.
 
Also, I’ve been reading and watching videos on soldering recently. It seems ''relatively'' doable, but if you have any specific advice to this project I should be aware of, don’t hesitate to let me know.
 
'''SOLDERING QUESTIONS'''
 
Since this is my first soldering project I have to buy some equipment for it. Thankfully a simple soldering station is pretty cheap. My question here is: '''Is this equipment enough for the project?''' Do I need desoldering equipment?
 
[image|1791273]
 
[image|1791272]
 
[image|1791274]
 
 
 
'''Thank you for the help, it is ''extremely'' appreciated'''

デバイス:

Marshall MID bluetooth Headphones

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編集者: Jonas ,

タイトル:

Battery replacement? (Soldering, series of questions, long)

テキスト:

So my Marshall Mid Bluetooth headset stopped working abruptly today. It turns off immediately and will not charge. I’m assuming this means the battery has kicked the bucket.
 
I’m trying to see if it’s possible to replace the battery, but unfortunately there is almost nothing on the subject. The only source I could find is [post|459859] which was unfortunately left dormant before the important questions could be answered.
 
Therefore, I’m making this thread in the hopes that I can get an answer to the question: "'''How can one replace the battery on a Marshall Mid (bluetooth)?”'''
 
As I have ''no experience'' with soldering, I have a number of sub-questions to this topic just to make 100% sure that I’ve covered all my bases. I apologize for my lack of knowledge, but I just like to be as careful as possible. Also, please feel free to explain everything as in-depth as possible, as if I’m a five year old.
 
'''THE BATTERY'''
 
[image|1791264]
 
Above is a picture of the battery of a Marshall Mid (bluetooth). From the thread I linked, I understand the importance of correct dimensions and voltage, along with how to find these. I’ve looked around on the web and found this:
 
https://www.ebay.com/itm/3-7V-800mAh-Li-Polymer-Li-po-battery-603040-3-wire-thermistor-For-GPS-Camera-PDA/183760291305?hash=item2ac8f785e9:g:cRwAAOSw8GJcpCCx

'''Would
[https://www.ebay.com/itm/3-7V-800mAh-Li-Polymer-Li-po-battery-603040-3-wire-thermistor-For-GPS-Camera-PDA/183760291305?hash=item2ac8f785e9:g:cRwAAOSw8GJcpCCx|'''Would this battery work with the Marshall Mid?'''Mid?''']
https://www.ebay.com/itm/3-7V-800mAh-Li-Polymer-Li-po-battery-603040-3-wire-thermistor-For-GPS-Camera-PDA/183760291305?hash=item2ac8f785e9:g:cRwAAOSw8GJcpCCx

'''Would
[https://www.ebay.com/itm/3-7V-800mAh-Li-Polymer-Li-po-battery-603040-3-wire-thermistor-For-GPS-Camera-PDA/183760291305?hash=item2ac8f785e9:g:cRwAAOSw8GJcpCCx|'''Would this battery work with the Marshall Mid?'''Mid?''']
 
I read in the other thread that the three wires are “hot”, “positive”, and “ground”. But I have no idea what these things mean in practice, and all the battery in the link tells me is that it’s got a “thermistor” (which some Googling did not help me understand in regards to this question).
 
'''THE REPAIR'''
 
[image|1791262]
 
Above is an image of the board of the Marshall Mid. I’ve highlighted the three wires of the battery (along with the two speaker connections) which I’ll get to shortly). My question in regards to this is simply: '''Is the repair is “just” to remove the old battery, insert the new and solder in the right wires in the right places?''' It seems very simple but I’ve no experience with soldering so I’m asking to be sure. Also, I’m curious as to how I would know which wire goes where.
 
'''(SIDE QUESTION) THE SPEAKERS'''
 
This question is slightly unrelated, but I could still use help with it. When opening the Marshall Mid, I accidentally uncoupled a speaker wire from its connection. This has made so the headset, when playing, only does so out of one ear. The question is: '''Will this be fixed simply by soldering the loose wire back to its connection?''' Again, assuming it’s the case but I’d like to cover my bases.
 
Also, I’ve been reading and watching videos on soldering recently. It seems ''relatively'' doable, but if you have any specific advice to this project I should be aware of, don’t hesitate to let me know.
 
'''SOLDERING QUESTIONS'''
 
Since this is my first soldering project I have to buy some equipment for it. Thankfully a simple soldering station is pretty cheap. My question here is: '''Is this equipment enough for the project?''' Do I need desoldering equipment?
 
[image|1791273]
 
[image|1791272]
 
[image|1791274]
 
 
 
'''Thank you for the help, it is ''extremely'' appreciated'''

デバイス:

Marshall MID bluetooth Headphones

ステータス:

open

編集者: Jonas ,

タイトル:

Battery replacement? (Soldering, series of questions, long)

テキスト:

So my Marshall Mid Bluetooth headset stopped working abruptly today. It turns off immediately and will not charge. I’m assuming this means the battery has kicked the bucket.
 
I’m trying to see if it’s possible to replace the battery, but unfortunately there is almost nothing on the subject. The only source I could find is [post|459859] which was unfortunately left dormant before the important questions could be answered.
 
Therefore, I’m making this thread in the hopes that I can get an answer to the question: "'''How can one replace the battery on a Marshall Mid (bluetooth)?”'''
 
As I have ''no experience'' with soldering, I have a number of sub-questions to this topic just to make 100% sure that I’ve covered all my bases. I apologize for my lack of knowledge, but I just like to be as careful as possible. Also, please feel free to explain everything as in-depth as possible, as if I’m a five year old.
 
'''THE BATTERY'''
 
[image|1791264]
 
Above is a picture of the battery of a Marshall Mid (bluetooth). From the thread I linked, I understand the importance of correct dimensions and voltage, along with how to find these. I’ve looked around on the web and found this:
 
https://www.ebay.com/itm/3-7V-800mAh-Li-Polymer-Li-po-battery-603040-3-wire-thermistor-For-GPS-Camera-PDA/183760291305?hash=item2ac8f785e9:g:cRwAAOSw8GJcpCCx
 
'''Would this battery work with the Marshall Mid?'''
 
I read in the other thread that the three wires are “hot”, “positive”, and “ground”. But I have no idea what these things mean in practice, and all the battery in the link tells me is that it’s got a “thermistor” (which some Googling did not help me understand in regards to this question).
 
'''THE REPAIR'''
 
[image|1791262]
 
Above is an image of the board of the Marshall Mid. I’ve highlighted the three wires of the battery (along with the two speaker connections) which I’ll get to shortly). My question in regards to this is simply: '''Is the repair is “just” to remove the old battery, insert the new and solder in the right wires in the right places?''' It seems very simple but I’ve no experience with soldering so I’m asking to be sure. Also, I’m curious as to how I would know which wire goes where.
 
'''(SIDE QUESTION) THE SPEAKERS'''
 
This question is slightly unrelated, but I could still use help with it. When opening the Marshall Mid, I accidentally uncoupled a speaker wire from its connection. This has made so the headset, when playing, only does so out of one ear. The question is: '''Will this be fixed simply by soldering the loose wire back to its connection?''' Again, assuming it’s the case but I’d like to cover my bases.
 
Also, I’ve been reading and watching videos on soldering recently. It seems ''relatively'' doable, but if you have any specific advice to this project I should be aware of, don’t hesitate to let me know.
 
'''SOLDERING QUESTIONS'''
 
Since this is my first soldering project I have to buy some equipment for it. Thankfully a simple soldering station is pretty cheap. My question here is: '''Is this equipment enough for the project?''' Do I need desoldering equipment?
Since this is my first soldering project I have to buy some equipment for it. Thankfully a simple soldering station is pretty cheap. My question here is: '''Is this equipment enough for the project?''' Do I need desoldering equipment?
 
[image|1791273] [image|1791272] [image|1791274

[image|1791272]

[image|1791274
]
[image|1791273] [image|1791272] [image|1791274

[image|1791272]

[image|1791274
]

デバイス:

Marshall MID bluetooth Headphones

ステータス:

open

編集者: Jonas ,

タイトル:

Battery replacement? (Soldering, series of questions, long)

テキスト:

So my Marshall Mid Bluetooth headset stopped working abruptly today. It turns off immediately and will not charge. I’m assuming this means the battery has kicked the bucket.
 
I’m trying to see if it’s possible to replace the battery, but unfortunately there is almost nothing on the subject. The only source I could find is [post|459859] which was unfortunately left dormant before the important questions could be answered.
 
Therefore, I’m making this thread in the hopes that I can get an answer to the question: "'''How can one replace the battery on a Marshall Mid (bluetooth)?”'''
 
As I have ''no experience'' with soldering, I have a number of sub-questions to this topic just to make 100% sure that I’ve covered all my bases. I apologize for my lack of knowledge, but I just like to be as careful as possible. Also, please feel free to explain everything as in-depth as possible, as if I’m a five year old.
 
'''THE BATTERY'''
 
[image|1791264]
 
Above is a picture of the battery of a Marshall Mid (bluetooth). From the thread I linked, I understand the importance of correct dimensions and voltage, along with how to find these. I’ve looked around on the web and found this:
 
https://www.ebay.com/itm/3-7V-800mAh-Li-Polymer-Li-po-battery-603040-3-wire-thermistor-For-GPS-Camera-PDA/183760291305?hash=item2ac8f785e9:g:cRwAAOSw8GJcpCCx
 
'''Would this battery work with the Marshall Mid?'''
 
I read in the other thread that the three wires are “hot”, “positive”, and “ground”. But I have no idea what these things mean in practice, and all the battery in the link tells me is that it’s got a “thermistor” (which some Googling did not help me understand in regards to this question).
 
'''THE REPAIR'''
 
[image|1791262]
 
Above is an image of the board of the Marshall Mid. I’ve highlighted the three wires of the battery (along with the two speaker connections) which I’ll get to shortly). My question in regards to this is simply: '''Is the repair is “just” to remove the old battery, insert the new and solder in the right wires in the right places?''' It seems very simple but I’ve no experience with soldering so I’m asking to be sure. Also, I’m curious as to how I would know which wire goes where.
 
'''(SIDE QUESTION) THE SPEAKERS'''
 
This question is slightly unrelated, but I could still use help with it. When opening the Marshall Mid, I accidentally uncoupled a speaker wire from its connection. This has made so the headset, when playing, only does so out of one ear. The question is: '''Will this be fixed simply by soldering the loose wire back to its connection?''' Again, assuming it’s the case but I’d like to cover my bases.
 
Also, I’ve been reading and watching videos on soldering recently. It seems ''relatively'' doable, but if you have any specific advice to this project I should be aware of, don’t hesitate to let me know.
 
'''SOLDERING QUESTIONS'''
 
Since this is my first soldering project I have to buy some equipment for it. Thankfully a simple soldering station is pretty cheap. My question here is: '''Is this equipment enough for the project?'''
 
[image|1791273] [image|1791272] [image|1791274]

デバイス:

Marshall MID bluetooth Headphones

ステータス:

open

編集者: Jonas ,

タイトル:

Battery replacement? (seriesSoldering, series of questionsquestions, long)
Battery replacement? (seriesSoldering, series of questionsquestions, long)

テキスト:

So my Marshall Mid Bluetooth headset stopped working abruptly today. It turns off immediately and will not charge. I’m assuming this means the battery has kicked the bucket.

I’m trying to see if it’s possible to replace the battery, but unfortunately there is almost nothing on the subject. The only source I could find is [post|459859] which was unfortunately left dormant before the important questions could be answered.

Therefore, I’m making this thread in the hopes that I can get an answer to the question: "'''How can one replace the battery on a Marshall Mid (bluetooth)?”'''

As I have ''no experience'' with soldering, I have a number of sub-questions to this topic just to make 100% sure that I’ve covered all my bases. I apologize for my lack of knowledge, but I just like to be as careful as possible. Also, please feel free to explain everything as in-depth as possible, as if I’m a five year old.

'''THE BATTERY'''

[image|1791264]

Above is a picture of the battery of a Marshall Mid (bluetooth). From the thread I linked, I understand the importance of correct dimensions and voltage, along with how to find these. I’ve looked around on the web and found this:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/3-7V-800mAh-Li-Polymer-Li-po-battery-603040-3-wire-thermistor-For-GPS-Camera-PDA/183760291305?hash=item2ac8f785e9:g:cRwAAOSw8GJcpCCx

'''Would this battery work with the Marshall Mid?'''

I read in the other thread that the three wires are “hot”, “positive”, and “ground”. But I have no idea what these things mean in practice, and all the battery in the link tells me is that it’s got a “thermistor” (which some Googling did not help me understand in regards to this question).

'''THE REPAIR'''

[image|1791262]

Above is an image of the board of the Marshall Mid. I’ve highlighted the three wires of the battery (along with the two speaker connections) which I’ll get to shortly). My question in regards to this is simply: '''Is the repair is “just” to remove the old battery, insert the new and solder in the right wires in the right places?''' It seems very simple but I’ve no experience with soldering so I’m asking to be sure. Also, I’m curious as to how I would know which wire goes where.

'''(SIDE QUESTION) THE SPEAKERS'''

This question is slightly unrelated, but I could still use help with it. When opening the Marshall Mid, I accidentally uncoupled a speaker wire from its connection. This has made so the headset, when playing, only does so out of one ear. The question is: '''Will this be fixed simply by soldering the loose wire back to its connection?''' Again, assuming it’s the case but I’d like to cover my bases.

Also, I’ve been reading and watching videos on soldering recently. It seems ''relatively'' doable, but if you have any specific advice to this project I should be aware of, don’t hesitate to let me know.

デバイス:

Marshall MID bluetooth Headphones

ステータス:

open

編集者: Jonas ,

タイトル:

Battery replacement? (series of question)questions
Battery replacement? (series of question)questions

テキスト:

So my Marshall Mid Bluetooth headset stopped working abruptly today. It turns off immediately and will not charge. I’m assuming this means the battery has kicked the bucket.

I’m trying to see if it’s possible to replace the battery, but unfortunately there is almost nothing on the subject. The only source I could find is [post|459859] which was unfortunately left dormant before the important questions could be answered.

Therefore, I’m making this thread in the hopes that I can get an answer to the question: "'''How can one replace the battery on a Marshall Mid (bluetooth)?”'''

As I have ''no experience'' with soldering, I have a number of sub-questions to this topic just to make 100% sure that I’ve covered all my bases. I apologize for my lack of knowledge, but I just like to be as careful as possible. Also, please feel free to explain everything as in-depth as possible, as if I’m a five year old.

'''THE BATTERY'''

[image|1791264]

Above is a picture of the battery of a Marshall Mid (bluetooth). From the thread I linked, I understand the importance of correct dimensions and voltage, along with how to find these. I’ve looked around on the web and found this:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/3-7V-800mAh-Li-Polymer-Li-po-battery-603040-3-wire-thermistor-For-GPS-Camera-PDA/183760291305?hash=item2ac8f785e9:g:cRwAAOSw8GJcpCCx

'''Would this battery work with the Marshall Mid?'''

I read in the other thread that the three wires are “hot”, “positive”, and “ground”. But I have no idea what these things mean in practice, and all the battery in the link tells me is that it’s got a “thermistor” (which some Googling did not help me understand in regards to this question).

'''THE REPAIR'''

[image|1791262]

Above is an image of the board of the Marshall Mid. I’ve highlighted the three wires of the battery (along with the two speaker connections) which I’ll get to shortly). My question in regards to this is simply: '''Is the repair is “just” to remove the old battery, insert the new and solder in the right wires in the right places?''' It seems very simple but I’ve no experience with soldering so I’m asking to be sure. Also, I’m curious as to how I would know which wire goes where.

'''(SIDE QUESTION) THE SPEAKERS'''

This question is slightly unrelated, but I could still use help with it. When opening the Marshall Mid, I accidentally uncoupled a speaker wire from its connection. This has made so the headset, when playing, only does so out of one ear. The question is: '''Will this be fixed simply by soldering the loose wire back to its connection?''' Again, assuming it’s the case but I’d like to cover my bases.

Also, I’ve been reading and watching videos on soldering recently. It seems ''relatively'' doable, but if you have any specific advice to this project I should be aware of, don’t hesitate to let me know.

デバイス:

Marshall MID bluetooth Headphones

ステータス:

open

オリジナル投稿者: Jonas ,

タイトル:

Battery replacement? (series of question)

テキスト:

So my Marshall Mid Bluetooth headset stopped working abruptly today. It turns off immediately and will not charge. I’m assuming this means the battery has kicked the bucket.

I’m trying to see if it’s possible to replace the battery, but unfortunately there is almost nothing on the subject. The only source I could find is [post|459859] which was unfortunately left dormant before the important questions could be answered.

Therefore, I’m making this thread in the hopes that I can get an answer to the question: "'''How can one replace the battery on a Marshall Mid (bluetooth)?”'''

As I have ''no experience'' with soldering, I have a number of sub-questions to this topic just to make 100% sure that I’ve covered all my bases. I apologize for my lack of knowledge, but I just like to be as careful as possible. Also, please feel free to explain everything as in-depth as possible, as if I’m a five year old.

'''THE BATTERY'''

[image|1791264]

Above is a picture of the battery of a Marshall Mid (bluetooth). From the thread I linked, I understand the importance of correct dimensions and voltage, along with how to find these. I’ve looked around on the web and found this:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/3-7V-800mAh-Li-Polymer-Li-po-battery-603040-3-wire-thermistor-For-GPS-Camera-PDA/183760291305?hash=item2ac8f785e9:g:cRwAAOSw8GJcpCCx

'''Would this battery work with the Marshall Mid?'''

I read in the other thread that the three wires are “hot”, “positive”, and “ground”. But I have no idea what these things mean in practice, and all the battery in the link tells me is that it’s got a “thermistor” (which some Googling did not help me understand in regards to this question).

'''THE REPAIR'''

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Above is an image of the board of the Marshall Mid. I’ve highlighted the three wires of the battery (along with the two speaker connections) which I’ll get to shortly). My question in regards to this is simply: '''Is the repair is “just” to remove the old battery, insert the new and solder in the right wires in the right places?''' It seems very simple but I’ve no experience with soldering so I’m asking to be sure. Also, I’m curious as to how I would know which wire goes where.

'''(SIDE QUESTION) THE SPEAKERS'''

This question is slightly unrelated, but I could still use help with it. When opening the Marshall Mid, I accidentally uncoupled a speaker wire from its connection. This has made so the headset, when playing, only does so out of one ear. The question is: '''Will this be fixed simply by soldering the loose wire back to its connection?''' Again, assuming it’s the case but I’d like to cover my bases.

Also, I’ve been reading and watching videos on soldering recently. It seems ''relatively'' doable, but if you have any specific advice to this project I should be aware of, don’t hesitate to let me know.

デバイス:

Marshall MID bluetooth Headphones

ステータス:

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