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How to open the jbl radial micro speaker set?

Can anyone tell me how to open the jbl radial micro speaker set to repair it??

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    How do I get my JBL Radial micro to charge my apple ipod 4th gen.?

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Bit late! Just remove the four rubber feet underneath (self adhesive). Take out the four philips screws. It's a bit of a mess inside - you'll have to remove the connectors and some screws to get to the i-pod connector. You dont need to remove the button pcbs just the main board. The i-pod connector pcb is on the end of the grey ribbon cable connected to the main board (the button end of the unit).

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