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When looking at the front of the unit. The metal grill has 4 crimped tension points on top, 4 on the bottom, and 2 on each side (total of 12). Use a small flat screwdriver to gently pry them forward, I just gently pulled on the top four, starting at one end and working towards the other. Then gently lift the grill off.
Then there are 8 P1 (#1 Phillips) screws on the front. There are also 2 Phillips screws on the bottom, 1 under each of the rubbery feet.
Once they are all removed (10 screws in total) the unit simply opens in 2 halves.
You need to gently prise off the front speaker grill. You could use a blunt pen knife to do this. After you remove the grill You will see 4 additional screws at roughly each corner of the front panel. Unscrew them and then you can use the pen knife once more to prise apart the speaker housing. Prise the housing apart from the top because two base pads hold both halves together at the bottom. I hope this helps! :)
First, you will need to remove the rubberized grip on the front. I suggest that you insert a small flat screwdriver where the switch is and gently pry up the rubberized grip. Work around it until it is free. You will then see two screws at the bottome. Remove screws and loosen the metal plate that clips on at the top. You can then gently pry the two halves of the case apart
Question i have to ask is 1- how much do you kno9w about electronics and 2- how brave are you. The following WILL void your warranty if you still have one. READ ALL OF THIS BEFORE YOU EVEN START 1- Based on a poor picture of the unit that i found it looks like two screws in the back of the unit need to come out, might be four screws in there but pic only shows two. 2- With your small precision flat screwdriver push under the seam in the plastic and gently pry the two halves of the case apart, be careful as these units have snap taps under the plastic that you can't see till you get it apart. 3- DO NOT PULL ON THE TWO HALVES OF THE CASE YET. Look under the back of the case since the picture shows what looks like a button or a speaker in the back, this means wires running to something on the back half of the case, Look and see what it is and see if you can find the connectors to these things, should be small white connectors that you will have to GENTLY pull out of the connection bed. 4- Now that you have done that you should see something that looks like a cell phone battery, that's your prize, again look for the connector and gently remove from the connection. 5- replace with new battery and reverse order to install and reassemble your gps device. Hope this helps
You can get both speakers off ebay total about 7 quid, you need a star drive screwdriver, pretty straightforward just be careful when popping the cover apart, the speaker needs a bit of gentle persuasion then just pop the new ones in they work fine now
Yes your phone has a speakerphone. Below is the instructions and I have included a link where you can d/l the user manual.
You can use the integrated Speakerphone during a call
by pressing the right soft key [Options] then select
Speaker On. The speakerphone indicator [ ] will
display on the display screen. The loudspeaker is
automatically deactivated when you end the call.
Here is the link for the free user manual download:
We have the same phones in our office. The feedback happens with our phones if the handset is left on the base. Picking up the handset and speaking through it as if your are on a phone call during the page should solve the problem of the feedback. If not, you may want to look at your P.A. system settings.
Here's how. Logitech doesn't cooperate on these issues. Not sure why they're so secretive, but here's the skinny.
Take the four screws out from under the batteries. On each side of the remote there are four spots (or buttons) where you have
to insert a *very thin* screwdriver or blade of some type and push to separate the cases. The first set of buttons are
located on either side of the "Glow" button. The next ones are on
either side of the <- and -> buttons. The next set is on either side of the
"Stop" and "Play" buttons. The last is on either side of
the "Activities" button. Just insert a flat edge and press as you
gently pry the casing apart with your fingers. Take your time and don't force it to open. Hope this helps.