Question about Dell A225 2 Speakers
Dell A225 speakers.
What I used to disassemble / assemble mine:
Hot glue gun;
Use a sewing needle to pull the front grill of the speaker, carefully by the edges. Do not pull too hard, go pulling around the screen to prevent warping.
Loosen the two small screws at the base of the box.
Loosen the six screws you see, the top four has a glue to prevent vibrations.
The card is only snapped, just pull it.
Use the soldering iron to soften the hot glue that holds cables and presto, its sound box is open.
When mounting, use the hot glue to hold it again, to avoid vibration at the time of use.
Sorry for the lack of pics!
Hugs from Brazil and good luck!
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try going to "control panel", then "sounds and audio devices" (in XP, should be the same in newer OS's). Click on the "advanced" button under Device Volume. That brings you to "volume control". Make sure the levels are up and the device is not muted.
Posted on Jul 18, 2010
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