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  1. Disconnect any power to the speaker and wait a few minutes for the capacitors to fully discharge.
    • Disconnect any power to the speaker and wait a few minutes for the capacitors to fully discharge.

    • Flip the speaker upside down.

    • There may be a rubber foot covering the bottom screws (not included in picture). Remove this by pulling up from one of the corners using a spudger.

  2. Remove eight 10mm Phillips #2 screws Remove the bottom panel by pulling upwards.
    • Remove eight 10mm Phillips #2 screws

    • Remove the bottom panel by pulling upwards.

    • Be very gentle with the ends of the three antennas. They are very fragile.

  3. Flip the device so that the grille is facing up. Locate the line on the right side of the speaker where the grill and the plastic meet, and place your plastic opening tool in the gap. Run the spudger along the gap, loosening the grille from the plastic. Repeat this process on the left side as well.
    • Flip the device so that the grille is facing up.

    • Locate the line on the right side of the speaker where the grill and the plastic meet, and place your plastic opening tool in the gap.

    • Run the spudger along the gap, loosening the grille from the plastic. Repeat this process on the left side as well.

    • Gently pull up on the grille, removing it from the front panel.

  4. Remove the six 8mm Phillips #2 screws.
    • Remove the six 8mm Phillips #2 screws.

    • Remove the two 10mm Phillips #2 screws.

  5. Locate the line on the right side where the front panel and back panel meet. Place a plastic opening tool in the gap, and run it along the gap. Repeat this on the left side. Use the opening tool to lift the front plate. If a plastic tool is not providing enough leverage, use a metal opening tool.
    • Locate the line on the right side where the front panel and back panel meet. Place a plastic opening tool in the gap, and run it along the gap. Repeat this on the left side.

    • Use the opening tool to lift the front plate. If a plastic tool is not providing enough leverage, use a metal opening tool.

    • Gently pull up on the face plate to ensure it has been detached from the enclosure.

    • When pulling on the face plate be cautious because it is still connected by wires on the back of the plate.

  6. Lift up the front panel, forming a 90 degree angle with the back panel. Locate the locate ten pin connector shown. This is the wire that connects the front panel to back panel. Press down on the small tab located on the connector. With the tab firmly pressed down, pull the connector out from its socket. The faceplate assembly is now fully detached from the rest of the speaker.
    • Lift up the front panel, forming a 90 degree angle with the back panel. Locate the locate ten pin connector shown. This is the wire that connects the front panel to back panel.

    • Press down on the small tab located on the connector. With the tab firmly pressed down, pull the connector out from its socket.

    • The faceplate assembly is now fully detached from the rest of the speaker.

  7. Remove the ten pin connector. Remove the ten pin connector. Remove the ten pin connector.
    • Remove the ten pin connector.

  8. Flip the device over on its front side.
    • Flip the device over on its front side.

  9. Remove six 5mm Phillips #0 screws.
    • Remove six 5mm Phillips #0 screws.

    • Remove two 7mm Phillips #2 screws.

  10. Flip the device on its back.
    • Flip the device on its back.

  11. Remove the grey and red antenna connectors by lifting them away from the board. Pull cords away from the board. Pull cords away from the board.
    • Remove the grey and red antenna connectors by lifting them away from the board.

    • Pull cords away from the board.

  12. Remove the yellow antenna connector by lifting it away from the board. Pull cord away from the board.
    • Remove the yellow antenna connector by lifting it away from the board.

    • Pull cord away from the board.

  13. Remove circuit board by lifting it straight away from the rear plate. Remove circuit board by lifting it straight away from the rear plate. Remove circuit board by lifting it straight away from the rear plate.
    • Remove circuit board by lifting it straight away from the rear plate.

  14. Lay the two connected boards so that the power board is facing upwards.
    • Lay the two connected boards so that the power board is facing upwards.

  15. Unscrew four Phillips #2 bolts. These bolts will not come out, but will pull out of the nuts on the other side of the board.
    • Unscrew four Phillips #2 bolts.

    • These bolts will not come out, but will pull out of the nuts on the other side of the board.

  16. Flip boards so audio board is facing upwards, as is shown in picture.
    • Flip boards so audio board is facing upwards, as is shown in picture.

  17. Lift control board up and away from power supply board. Lift control board up and away from power supply board. Lift control board up and away from power supply board.
    • Lift control board up and away from power supply board.

  18. The larger of the two boards is the power supply board.
    • The larger of the two boards is the power supply board.

Заключение

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

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Warren Willingham

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Great guide but where can you get replacement boards from, if at all?

Mark Molloy - Ответить

Yes good question, where to get a replacement board SONOS P/N: 170-00236?

Model: JB Power Board

B. Buil - Ответить

Does anyone know the specs on the five electrolytic capacitors that are arranged vertically (on the left side of the last image above)? I have a couple failing on one board, and I think that’s what is causing the amp to ‘click’ once it warms up.

T C - Ответить

We replaced the parts listed in the description of this clip, and the unit came back to life: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2R8hKdGT...

The procedure is a bit unclear in the clip, suggest following the ifixit-procedure, or both.

Roger Bratseth - Ответить

Thank you for your work here. Youtube video also useful.

I needed to purchase quality solder iron plus tips, solder wick, and review how to desolder capacitors. Taking out the bad fuse and the rectifier were relatively easy, but the capacitors were covered in silicone, then the old solder on its terminals proved very difficult to melt. In the end, even with temperature of tip at 340, little progress was made, so I disassembled capacitor in situ, and finally with more heat the remnant of it and the two terminals popped out. Again ,I saw this technique on YouTube.

So, having had a live chat with sonos who told me I had no warranty and it was unfixable, and that the new sonos5 is not compatible with my current Generation 1 system, I got the thing working, with next to no initial knowledge.

Cost

£90 in tools- solder iron, tips, quality electronic pliers

£10 in components from Farnell

And about 6 hours disassemble, doing the biz ( the learning curve of desoldering, removing caps, fuse, rectifier) then reassembling

Gordon Mckenna - Ответить

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