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はじめに

If sound from your speaker is muffles or not working at all, use this guide to replace it.

  1. Place the watch screen-down so that its back cover is showing.
    • Place the watch screen-down so that its back cover is showing.

  2. Remove the four 4.2mm screws with a Y00 screwdriver. Remove the four 4.2mm screws with a Y00 screwdriver.
    • Remove the four 4.2mm screws with a Y00 screwdriver.

  3. Wedge the metal spudger in between the back cover and the frame along the seam. Use force to pry the back cover away from the main watch frame. This step requires a lot of force. You can use a Jimmy in place of a metal spudger to make the process easier.
    • Wedge the metal spudger in between the back cover and the frame along the seam.

    • Use force to pry the back cover away from the main watch frame.

    • This step requires a lot of force. You can use a Jimmy in place of a metal spudger to make the process easier.

    • This step will ruin the water-proof seal.

  4. Detach the three connectors on the motherboard using your fingernail. The connectors are easy to pop off. Minimal force is necessary. The connectors are easy to pop off. Minimal force is necessary.
    • Detach the three connectors on the motherboard using your fingernail.

    • The connectors are easy to pop off. Minimal force is necessary.

  5. Separate the motherboard and front screen assembly using a spudger. Separate the motherboard and front screen assembly using a spudger. Separate the motherboard and front screen assembly using a spudger.
    • Separate the motherboard and front screen assembly using a spudger.

  6. Using a JIS #00 screwdriver, remove the two 4.5 mm screws. Using a JIS #00 screwdriver, remove the two 4.5 mm screws.
    • Using a JIS #00 screwdriver, remove the two 4.5 mm screws.

  7. Disconnect the battery ribbon cable from bracket. Separate the chassis from the motherboard. Be careful with the battery ribbon cable, as it is very easy to break (ours did when disassembling).
    • Disconnect the battery ribbon cable from bracket.

    • Separate the chassis from the motherboard.

    • Be careful with the battery ribbon cable, as it is very easy to break (ours did when disassembling).

    • Note how the end of the ribbon cable seats in the plastic chassis. Look for the plastic pin on the chassis when re-seating.

  8. Separate the battery from the motherboard. The battery and the motherboard are secured with adhesive; some force is needed.
    • Separate the battery from the motherboard.

    • The battery and the motherboard are secured with adhesive; some force is needed.

    • Lithium-ion batteries are potentially dangerous. Handle with extreme care and do not puncture the battery.

  9. When reassembling, place the battery into the plastic assembly first. Don’t stick it to the adhesive first. This way, it’s easy to position the battery cable. When securing the battery cable, make sure the hole that the peg goes through is round. The hole on your replacement battery’s cable could be malformed. You may want to widen the hole before securing the cable.
    • When reassembling, place the battery into the plastic assembly first. Don’t stick it to the adhesive first. This way, it’s easy to position the battery cable.

    • When securing the battery cable, make sure the hole that the peg goes through is round. The hole on your replacement battery’s cable could be malformed. You may want to widen the hole before securing the cable.

    • To widen the hole, use the Pro Tek Toolkit’s SIM tool, a small paperclip or similar fine-tipped tool. The tool can also be used to gently press the battery cable into the correct position. Do this carefully to avoid damage.

    • Follow steps 8-1 in reverse order to reassmble.

  10. Remove the battery's cable from the chassis using tweezers. Remove the battery's cable from the chassis using tweezers. Remove the battery's cable from the chassis using tweezers.
    • Remove the battery's cable from the chassis using tweezers.

  11. Remove the single 3.9mm screw with a JIS #000 screwdriver. Remove the single 3.9mm screw with a JIS #000 screwdriver.
    • Remove the single 3.9mm screw with a JIS #000 screwdriver.

  12. Separate the two parts of the chassis. The speaker is located on the bulkier  half of the chassis (see third image). The speaker is located on the bulkier  half of the chassis (see third image).
    • Separate the two parts of the chassis.

    • The speaker is located on the bulkier half of the chassis (see third image).

  13. Remove the connection from the chassis with tweezers. Attempting to remove the connection by grabbing the speaker itself may result in damage to the speaker and it's connection.
    • Remove the connection from the chassis with tweezers.

    • Attempting to remove the connection by grabbing the speaker itself may result in damage to the speaker and it's connection.

    • Separate the speaker from the chassis.

終わりに

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

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