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If your Bose Solo 5 Sound Bar speaker is damaged or malfunctioning, this guide will walk you through how to replace the speaker so that the sound bar is properly functioning again.

The speakers in the Bose Solo 5 Sound Bar are responsible for producing quality audio. If a speaker is damaged, the audio coming from the sound bar might be distorted or impaired.

Before using the following guide, make sure that there isn’t any buildup of dirt, dust, or other debris that could possibly be inhibiting the audio. If this is the case, an ESD-safe brush or small dust blower usually can be used to remove the debris.

Prior to starting the guide, make sure to power off the device and remove it from connection to any sources of electricity.

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  1. Lay Bose Solo 5 on its top side with the speakers facing away from you.
    • Lay Bose Solo 5 on its top side with the speakers facing away from you.

  2. Remove the two screws located at the outer edge of the backside with a Phillips head screwdriver. Remove the two screws located at the outer edge of the backside with a Phillips head screwdriver.
    • Remove the two screws located at the outer edge of the backside with a Phillips head screwdriver.

  3. Lay the speaker on its backside with the speakers facing up.  Wedge the plastic opening tool into the crack where the protective wire screen meets the housing. Pry apart until you create enough room for your fingers.
    • Lay the speaker on its backside with the speakers facing up. Wedge the plastic opening tool into the crack where the protective wire screen meets the housing. Pry apart until you create enough room for your fingers.

  4. Pull the screen gently away from the housing to reveal the two speakers with your fingers. Pull the screen gently away from the housing to reveal the two speakers with your fingers.
    • Pull the screen gently away from the housing to reveal the two speakers with your fingers.

  5. Remove the 4 screws in each corner of the speaker to remove it from the housing. Remove the 4 screws in each corner of the speaker to remove it from the housing. Remove the 4 screws in each corner of the speaker to remove it from the housing.
    • Remove the 4 screws in each corner of the speaker to remove it from the housing.

  6. Peel back the styrofoam on the speaker & disconnect the yellow & brown wires by sliding them off the receptor. Peel back the styrofoam on the speaker & disconnect the yellow & brown wires by sliding them off the receptor.
    • Peel back the styrofoam on the speaker & disconnect the yellow & brown wires by sliding them off the receptor.

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

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