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はじめに

The passive radiators help the speaker improve its bass and are part of the cover that allows the speaker to be waterproof. Removing the passive radiator is one of the first steps in opening up the JBL Charge 3. You can uncover the insides of the speakers through the sides.

  1. Remove the two 8mm Phillips #1 screws from the tabs. NOTE: There may be only one screw. NOTE: There may be only one screw.
    • Remove the two 8mm Phillips #1 screws from the tabs.

    • NOTE: There may be only one screw.

    If your Charge 3 doesn’t look like the above. Do not do this step YET. Go directly to Step 7 removal of the battery. By doing the battery first it will tell you which radiator to remove and thus no need to remove both.

    NOTE:

    On a newer version of the Charge 3 this image will be very different. you will not find a screw. You will also notice that there are two tabs that if slightly lifted while rotating the radiator counter clockwise the radiator is easily removed. There is also no foam or breakable seal on the newer Charge 3.

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  2. Insert  the plastic opening tools underneath both tabs. Insert  the plastic opening tools underneath both tabs.
    • Insert the plastic opening tools underneath both tabs.

    Beim Modell 2016 geht es noch einfacher: Da ist es ein Bajonett-Verschluss (und nur 1 Schraube im vorigen Schritt). Man muss die Abdeckung nur ein paar Grad gegen den Uhrzeigersinn drehen und kann sie dann einfach abziehen. Schritt 5 und 6 entfallen.

    Franz - 返信

    I believe this is unnecessary, just turn the passive radiator counter clockwise and pull outward. I tried to use the pry tool and broke a plastic tab.

    Frank Krantz - 返信

    Tip— when you get to this part lightly tap the edge of the speaker on a hard surface— like you’re tapping a jar before opening it.

    maxthibodeaux - 返信

    Muchas gracias a todos, me dieron cada uno la guía perfecta.

    Rafael de la Torre Perez - 返信

    My charge 3 had less screws but the process was the same. Thanks for the instructions!

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  3. Twist and pull open the passive radiator. The left radiator twists off clockwise; the right counterclockwise.
    • Twist and pull open the passive radiator. The left radiator twists off clockwise; the right counterclockwise.

  4. Repeat all previous steps for the other passive radiator. NOTE: only the right radiator needs to be removed for changing the battery.
    • Repeat all previous steps for the other passive radiator.

    • NOTE: only the right radiator needs to be removed for changing the battery.

    right or left…. depends on how you view the Charge 3 i guess. No need to remove both radiators for a newer Charge 3. You can remove the battery cover first…find out what side the battery wires exit the battery compartment and then remove the radiator associated with that same side.

    john Ramirez - 返信

    Anybody else have major problems trying to twist the radiator back into position after replacing the battery? I’m having trouble getting the screw holes to line up again on the right radiator.

    Chapman Steamer 1 - 返信

    To twist back I used saliva so it will slide easier against the rubber

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終わりに

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

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i have a different model of the charge 3 it doesnt have screws but its hard to take out

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mine has screws and was also hard to pull with one hand

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Ich finde den Passivenstrahler nicht als Ersatzteil im Internet. Kann wer da helfen?

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