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Since the Micro USB / AUX Port connectors are super-glued into the white casing, it is nearly impossible to replace it without replacing the whole piece of casing. Follow this guide to isolate and replace the white casing containing the Micro USB / AUX Port.

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  1. Make sure the device is powered off before you begin to disassemble the speaker. Remove the trim from the speaker using a jimmy or metal spudger. Remove the trim from the speaker using a jimmy or metal spudger.
    • Make sure the device is powered off before you begin to disassemble the speaker.

    • Remove the trim from the speaker using a jimmy or metal spudger.

  2. Use the PH1 screwdriver to remove all five of the 6 mm screws from the battery cover. Remove the battery cover and set the cover aside.
    • Use the PH1 screwdriver to remove all five of the 6 mm screws from the battery cover.

    • Remove the battery cover and set the cover aside.

  3. Use a spudger to carefully remove the liquid electrical tape that holds the battery inside the battery compartment. Be careful not to puncture the battery, or damage the battery wire underneath the liquid electrical tape.
    • Use a spudger to carefully remove the liquid electrical tape that holds the battery inside the battery compartment.

    • Be careful not to puncture the battery, or damage the battery wire underneath the liquid electrical tape.

    This is NOT liquid Electrical tape! I recommend using 3M adhesive silicone. If you are doing this repair then you can find the 3m adhesive silicone at automotive stores. Liquid tape hardens and 3M adhesive remains mailable vs the rock hardening effect of liquid tape.

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  4. Use a nylon spudger to lift the battery out of the device. Lift the end of the battery that does not have the wire connection and remove the 16 mm PH2 screw underneath the battery.
    • Use a nylon spudger to lift the battery out of the device.

    • Lift the end of the battery that does not have the wire connection and remove the 16 mm PH2 screw underneath the battery.

    • Notice the wire that is connecting the battery to the device. Attempting to remove the battery completely could cause damage to the wire. Do not use a metal spudger to remove the battery, this could cause damage.

  5. Remove the four 16 mm screws from the white plastic casing using the PH2 screwdriver. Remove the four 16 mm screws from the white plastic casing using the PH2 screwdriver.
    • Remove the four 16 mm screws from the white plastic casing using the PH2 screwdriver.

    The two screws on the right side (side with the USB port) are too long to extract with the iFixit screwdriver in the basic kit. I needed to use a regular thin PH2 screwdriver to get them out.

    Matthew Poole - 返信

    I had this problem also, whenever putting the screws back in there were still air pockets in the side with smaller screws

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  6. Starting in a corner of the device where the casing and the side meet, use a pointed metal spudger to pry the back casing off the speaker and the glue holding the seam together. Slide the metal spudger along the seam to separate the back casing from the rest of the speaker.
    • Starting in a corner of the device where the casing and the side meet, use a pointed metal spudger to pry the back casing off the speaker and the glue holding the seam together.

    • Slide the metal spudger along the seam to separate the back casing from the rest of the speaker.

  7. Once the back casing is open, disconnect the three white connectors from the motherboard. Remove the upper casing.
    • Once the back casing is open, disconnect the three white connectors from the motherboard.

    • Remove the upper casing.

    Hi , Thanks a lot in my speacker i had broken plastic part which affect clear sound with your guide i open mine seasily and take it out now i have beand new sound which i had before. thanks again.

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  8. Turn your attention to the back casing removed in Step 7.
    • Turn your attention to the back casing removed in Step 7.

    where can i get the usb port with the cable that goes to mother board and it has the thre colors red black white please give me any place where i can buy it

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  9. Using a razor blade, remove the glue holding the battery cable in place.
    • Using a razor blade, remove the glue holding the battery cable in place.

    • Use multiple vertical cuts to remove pieces of the glue.

    • Be careful not to cut the battery cables.

    When reinstalling I used E600 glue to replace this goop of glue that is removed.

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  10. Remove the foam surrounding the battery cable.
    • Remove the foam surrounding the battery cable.

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  11. To remove the battery, pull the battery cable through the hole.
    • To remove the battery, pull the battery cable through the hole.

    • This entire white piece needs to be replaced (if replacing the aux/usb port).

    Why does the whole White piece need to be replaced if replacing the USB port. I just took apart the case just to replace the USB port (not the battery). It looks like I can replace the port and not need a new case.

    Dave - 返信

    It looks like it would be difficult removing the USB assembly because mine looked very well glued in that little space meant for the module to fit.

    Thanks for this guide

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  12. Place the battery into the new white casing. Reassemble the device by following the steps in reverse order.
    • Place the battery into the new white casing.

    • Reassemble the device by following the steps in reverse order.

    there is only how u taking the thing a part but how to replace the usb port , to charge it again ..?

    mrt3000 - 返信

    If you can struggle through all the black sealing putty and hot glue, you can remove just the charge port and cable.

    Ruben Villarreal - 返信

    Where do you get the new white casing from? It says “no parts needed” but it seems like u need an important part!

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終わりに

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

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Hi. This is the problem my speaker is having, but all I need to know is where to buy the replacement back. That's certainly something you should have included in your guide.

trevormeyer - 返信

The purpose of a guide is to show how to fix the device, not obtain parts. I suggest eBay.

Joe Durand -

Joe Durand. Thank you for taking time out of your busy day to share such an enlightening comment.

Pete Hyde -

Yeah what was the point of this if people can't actually do it. BS

Gabriel Bohlmann - 返信

The point is to guide people on the replacement of parts, not obtaining parts. I suggest eBay.

Joe Durand -

Worked like a charm. After sourcing the cable from eBay, $15 plus ship and 30 minutes of tear down and assembly.... We're in business. Important note.... Instructions do not show removal of cable from the back case but easily accomplished.

jim - 返信

Jim, what exactly did you search on eBay? I am unable to find the casing

Rob -

Yes I'd like to know the part number for the usb cable also.

Jerome -

I love my charge. Guess I got the same problem, stupid usb charge port breaks, been tweaking the angle/pressure of the cable/plug for too long now, just to charge it. I took it apart following the procedure, Thanks! fun fun!. I'm not going to pursue replacing the whole panel and connector board, I don't see the point, its just gonna break again. I'm gonna just tap in to the charge wires inside, drill a hole, bring those outside and into something like a mini headphone socket. I'll glue that to the back of the unit or whatever. Then I'll modify a USB cable with a corresponding jack and connect just the needed + and - connections needed for charging. I'll just need to figure out where in the usb cable that charging voltage is. Not worried about that, I have my voltmeter, and the internet. I'll let you know how this goes. Drew

dreww - 返信

I swear this is stupid USB charging karma just deciding to really annoy me. why would you use an apparently fragile micro-usb connector, JUST FOR CHARGING in the first place? anyway, I happen to also own a bose soundlink color, Its a nice unit, a bit more bassy and louder than the charge, but then again with the charge bass response depends highly on location. The Bose unit doesn't have the battery life of the charge, I'mthinking around two hrs less play time on bluetooth. so anyway, since the charge is taken apart right now, was using the bose all day, then the batt died, when to plug it in, and same $@$*, now I got to fiddle with the stupid fragile usb plug just to get it to charge. I've only had this bose unit for 5 months, and it was brand new, and from experience I've been real carefull when plugging it in to charge. rediculous! now I have to learn how to takes another one appart.

dreww -

When playing music my device JBL skips..how can I correct this

Joe Valvano - 返信

V disappointed in JBL product. Great sound to go with a v poor charging mechanism. An alternative is sorely needed for these types of ports.

thomasaherrick - 返信

mines has no screws!

Knobahdi Streams - 返信

I would like to splice a USB cable in place of the microWhat I would like to know is what wires would I connect to what wires on USB cable to to be able to charge my unit terry-bell@live.com

terry-bell - 返信

Lol I am just about to splice the battery cables and feed a spliced USB cable to it haha what's the point of spending more money if its just gonna break again

Diamond Martinez - 返信

You should probably add the white casing to your parts list and recommend places to buy it……..

Jennifer de Souza - 返信

has anyone tried charging through the full size USB port ?

a1rench - 返信

Hi I have a problem with my jbl charge 2. The Bluetooth doesn't work and my Aux Port got burned by an aux cable where can I fine a notherAux Port

Kingping - 返信

Left out removing black sealant over protective cover!

Afterwards remove the single screw in the center and remove circuitry

Voila no need to damage or replace the case

*Baby Genius at work here*

Chest thumpers unite!

robertkcouturier - 返信

Basically, I'm fed up with the BT quality and range with my Bose SoundLink II, and thought about getting a CC Audio to pair with it.

There's a micro-USB port on it that I thought about making a special cable for to power the CC Audio to keep the whole package portable. Anyone attempt this?

Alternatively.. Are there any CC enabled portable speakers out there? Not interested in anything with Google Assistant either.

Thanks!

spencer audrey - 返信

Basically, I'm fed up with the BT quality and range with my Bose SoundLink II, and thought about getting a CC Audio to pair with it.

There's a micro-USB port on it that I thought about making a special cable for to power the CC Audio to keep the whole package portable. Anyone attempt this?

Alternatively.. Are there any CC enabled portable speakers out there? Not interested in anything with Google Assistant either.

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