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はじめに

スピーカーは作動しますか? Bose SoundLink Mini II のバッテリーを交換/解体する手順です。

注意;このバッテリー の交換は、はんだごてを使用します。はんだごての扱い、火災、火傷には十分、ご注意ください。

  1. スピーカーの裏面を上にしてください。 スピーカーの裏面を上にしてください。
    • スピーカーの裏面を上にしてください。

  2. 裏面に装着されたゴム製カバーの角から、周辺に沿って丁寧に剥がします。 裏面に装着されたゴム製カバーの角から、周辺に沿って丁寧に剥がします。
    • 裏面に装着されたゴム製カバーの角から、周辺に沿って丁寧に剥がします。

  3. バッテリーの各コーナーから6mm T9 のトルクスねじ4本を外します。 バッテリーの各コーナーから6mm T9 のトルクスねじ4本を外します。
    • バッテリーの各コーナーから6mm T9 のトルクスねじ4本を外します。

  4. 4つのゴールドのコンタクトピン付近の側面からバッテリーを慎重に持ち上げます。まだ完全に取り出さないでください。 この時点で、バッテリーは電源ボードに4本のワイヤで繋がっています。 バッテリーを完全に外すには、電源ボードから4本のワイヤの半田を除去してください。ケースやボードにダメージを与えずに、半田ごて自由に動かせるスペースがありません。先にボードを取り外した方が良いでしょう。
    • 4つのゴールドのコンタクトピン付近の側面からバッテリーを慎重に持ち上げます。まだ完全に取り出さないでください。

    • この時点で、バッテリーは電源ボードに4本のワイヤで繋がっています。

    • バッテリーを完全に外すには、電源ボードから4本のワイヤの半田を除去してください。ケースやボードにダメージを与えずに、半田ごて自由に動かせるスペースがありません。先にボードを取り外した方が良いでしょう。

    • はんだ付けとはんだ除去の作業ガイドを参照してください。

    • はんだの除去をしないで、バッテリーと電源装置を外すことも可能ですが。追加の解体作業が必要です。作業中、バッテリーが2本のワイヤに接続した状態であるため、特に注意しながら進めてください。

    cuanto tiempo dura la bateria original ?

    Marcelo Lastra - 返信

    the mini 2 battery is soldered to a smaller board, either u desolder it or buy it with the small board, but with that it is even harder to replace

    user user - 返信

    Yeah this guide is just like the original Bose Mini which looked like that model had a way to replace the batter easily. I purchased a battery off Amazon thinking it was the same. This is not the same. The Bose Mini II has a battery hard-wired directly to the board. Might be too late but read this guide’s comments first to get the low down. The guide is very misleading. The BOSE SOUNDLINK MINI II **DOES NOT HAVE A REPLACEABLE BATTERY**

    Ian Lucero - 返信

    yess, got the same problem. Purchased an substitute which had as Replacement No. the original Bose-No. on its description. Bose’s accu has 4 strings, the replacement has 5 strings (where to put the fifth then?!).

    Original we had to CUT OFF, because it is firmly soldered and glued with foam! No chance to replace it!! Nearly 60.- Swiss Francs as we say “for the foxes”.

    Maranathatalitha -

    DO NOT buy a replacement battery until you understand that the battery is HARD WIRED to the circuit board and is NOT designed to be replaceable. If you are not an electronics specialist, the only option is to send to Bose for battery replacement.

    Even if you are an electronics specialist, finding a replacement battery may not be possible.

    ldthom65 - 返信

    I am very glad I took the time to review everything and all the comments before I started this procedure on my Soundlink Mini 2.

    I have to say, the author of this procedure is a pathetic jerk for posting this and not distinguishing the between the 1 and 2 versions. It is also highly suspect that there is no clear picture of the top of the unit, which would indicate which version is being used due to the fact that the 2 has no mute button.

    trmsd - 返信

    Hey du hole Frucht, die Bose Soundlink 1 hat keine Kabel an der Batterie, nur die Soundlink Mini 2 hat Kabel die auf die Platine gelötet werden muss!

    Ihr Affen habt doch keine Ahnung!

    Und den Bose Schriftzug muss der Autor nicht zeigen, wegen der Rechtlichen Lage in Deutschland!

    r.janda -

    It’s disappointing, for sure. But to call the author, who’s been kind enough to post this without getting anything in return, a pathetic jerk is waaay over the top! Come on. If anyone deserves abuse, then it’s Bose for producing a speaker with a battery that’s totally and easily replaceable except they decided to solder it onto the circuit board for some unfathomable reason. Argh!

    B. J. - 返信

    I suspect that the soldering the battery directly to the power board is a way to enhance revenue because most people will either send it in to be replaced or throw it away and buy another speaker. Of course Bose hopes that the replacement will be another Bose, but that is not likely for anyone who is frustrated by the idea that Bose would not make the battery easily replaceable.

    wannabagolfer - 返信

    Absolutely. Great I checked up first. I will not buy any other rechageable battery operated Bose product. It is clear customer abuse. The same should go to companies like Samsung which produces cellular phones with practically embedded impossible to replace without risking breaking the cristal. Customer protection in this country unfortunately has gone away with lobby. (Legalization Of Bureaucratic BriberY) Same with Apple and then Microsoft when they do updates and then no longer support an OS that could be still useful for the needs of certain people or businesses

    Dario Grisales - 返信

    ………..just bought a replacement battery based upon ifixit’s original post. This is neither a 5 minute two wire push fit job NOR one for an amateur to attempt. I now have a box of BOSE bits and spare unsuable battery.

    Thanks pal.

    Beware of internet advice

    Richard Brickwood - 返信

    ……..just bought (£30) a replacement battery based up ifixit’s orginal post that it was a)simple and b)took 5 minutes only to discover that a) there are four wires involved hard solderied to a pcb. Spent an hour undoing torc screws to dismantel the whole thing. It is not possible.

    I now have abox of BOSE bits and a brand new unuseable battery. And no speaker.

    Shame on both BOSE and ifixit - the latter for being so misleading .

    Richard Brickwood - 返信

    I’m pretty disappointed with ifixit on this one! I feel bad giving you guys a bad review but this one is just bad! It’s Missing steps, it’s labelled as easy when it certainly shouldn’t be. iPhone battery’s are easy. This requires awkward desoldering/soldering. In a tight spot. There’s not even a mention of that in this guide? Maybe someone could rewrite this so others don’t go and purchase a battery thinking it’s easy!

    Wiebie - 返信

    The instructions are not complete, and I needed extra information to replace the battery on my soundlink mini 2. I successfully completed the battery replacement using instructions I found by searching for SLminiII_SM.pdf. That document describes the steps Bose technicians take. With that, it took about 30 minutes to replace the battery. I removed the board the battery is soldered to, which made it an easy soldering job (four through-hole wires, no SMT). I carefully saved and replaced the foam tape because the last thing you want in a speaker is buzzing sounds due to the wiring rubbing against the speaker. If you’ve already bought the parts, and have access to a soldering iron. I’d recommend searching for the instructions I used.

    Kate Morris - 返信

    I was not able to find that document. Do you have any tips for finding it and I was wondering if you bought your replacement battery from ifixit or if you have any recommendations for where you bought yours.

    Michael Calaiaro -

    The instructions are at https://riverparkinc.com/wp-content/uplo... . I bought this battery from Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08FHX... (not an affiliate link). The speaker is working fine and charging, a few months later.

    Kate Morris -

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3 Contributors and none of them know how to remove the battery, brilliant... Honestly if you want to do this right, do it right from the begining. The battery is connected with a cable to the device, please explain how did you remove it properly.

Timo Bernhard - 返信

Hey Timo,

no, there are just two different battery versions of the Soundlink Mini 2: One without a cable from the battery to the PCB (as shown in this tutorial, i think this is the older version of the Soundlink Mini2) and one with a cable...

I have one here with a cable and I?m desperate to find a new battery for it but can`t find it anywhere on the net... I`m thinking of trying a battery without the cables and try to connect four cables to the battery and then solder them to the PCB...

Christoph Jeschke -

But how do I disconnect the battery having a cable?! - That’s actually the hard part.

Thomas Amsler - 返信

You will have to take out the mesh on front and back. Then take out screws on speakerssside. The smalle print can be taken out then and you have to solder the battery. Just done this, and not a easy job.

Onno -

If you have the Soundlink  Mini 2, you can send the battery to Bose and they will rebuild it for $75. It is not user replaceable, although if you are electronics savvy you can remove it.

Problem is there are no replacements out there, and these batteries have a control board soldered to the battery with a ribbon cable. This will require soldering and unsoldering if there was a battery replacement for it. This also requires taking the entire Soundlink Mini 2 speaker apart to remove the board and battery.

If you send the battery to Bose expect a 3 to 6 week turn around for a return, which includes about 10 business days of shipping both ways as its a Lithium battery and can only travel ground. Plus the $75 for the repair as mentioned earlier.

They really did a wonderful job in limiting your options on this item.

Bose Hold this L for us as in Losers!

Bronx - 返信

Tutorila is good for opening, but when it is welded to the battery board, there are no option for tying it apart…

Good product altrough this is badly serviceable for this kind of price

Rémy Breguet - 返信

What part model number for that battery ? …. there not all same battery

andydanganan - 返信

Be aware that there is a circuit board attached to the battery on some models and this cannot be replaced by yourself. I would suggest checking your current battery to see if this is the case before ordering. I am trying to return my battery to ifixit and haven’t received instructions for the return yet.

Greg Guy - 返信

I looked at this tutorial before ordering a battery, thinking that sub board pulled out fairly easily in order to resolder it. Unfortuantely, you have to remove the back screen, remove the 8 screws, pry out the charging circuit, and then pry out the large black plastic piece holding the passive speaker. You can then remove another board, which allows you to get to the board that holds the battery in place and replace it by soldering. Defintiely not easy.

Ryan Galvan - 返信

So Bose decided that making a unit with a replaceable battery was too user friendly so they made it impossible. Nice company!!

william jens - 返信

This has definitely deterred me from purchasing the big Bose surround sound system I was considering. If they make a relatively simple thing like changing a battery so difficult, imagine what they can do with a big system. I will buy something else. There is nothing wrong with my battery, but the “protection” system Bose put in their software suddenly stopped the unit working. Their software updater does not work, and my speaker is useless. I have tried everything suggested on various websites, and as a last resort decided to remove the battery. It appears to require total disassembly, and unsoldering the battery. I’m simply not going to do that, I will just throw it away and buy something else - better!

Colin Sheen - 返信

It is good process to Battery replacement and Its corner will be cover with wire or should other part should be careful recheck related sound devices

Whaskince - 返信

Bose basically don't to make it easy for you to replace the battery, hoping you'll give up and go and buy another of their fecking speakers, well they're right, I have given up, but I'm not buying another fecking Bose speaker. Your loss Bose!

Kopiteboy Trebor - 返信

Well you have company because I also won’t buy another Bose product after this experience.

Easy Einstein -

I have 3 failed Sound Link Mini’s. Bose should repair for free every unit sold with a reliable and replaceable batter. For the price of these speakers the battery failure rate is unacceptable. Rather than spend $100+ on a repair it’s makes sense to just take the loss and buy from a better manufacturer, a manufacturer that doesn’t intentionally build a non consumer repairable failure into the product. Too many of these units have failed to not call this an intentional move by Bose.

Easy Einstein - 返信

very disheartening after reading these posts… sounds like an apple product…

i will buy something else instead of repairing…too bad i loved bose but will stay away

qwerty12345 - 返信

Way to go, Bose!! You built a $160-some-odd product with built-in obsolescence (maybe 3-4yrs), requiring the owner to undertake difficult disassembly and ‘de-soldering,’ only to then have to spend $40 for new battery, or even better, $75.00 to have Bose fix it. Here was my solution: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B010OY.... Hello, e-cycle - Buh-bye Bose.

paularmstrong4 - 返信

Arghh wish I’d found this thread before I ordered a new battery. Now found I have the cable connected version so more or less impossible to change it.

jgrogan - 返信

I agree it’s frustrating. Most people don’t have access to the tools needed - without the tools, the job is impossible. Because it’s through-hole soldering, you don’t need an expensive soldering iron. You do need spludgers, screwdrivers, patience, and a solder sucker / remover in addition to the soldering iron. Maybe you have a friend or neighbor who could help? Is there a maker space near you where you could borrow tools?

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