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At least for the left ear there is an easier disassembly possible!
1) remove the side (its only connected with three clips). NO screws here (Jabra Evolve 65).
2) use a small screw driver to lift the hole over the pin (see details above) but do so by accessing the hole through the openings now accessible form the outside (see picture)
[image|1884396]
[image|1884395]
[image|1884391]
Using the approach of Christian Kjaer I also broke one pin. No way to open it that way.
I would think at least on a Jabra Evolve 65 the right ear (with mic) is also assembled without screws to hold the side lid.
-Added some pictures for comment on how to fix a broken hinge with 3d printed part.
+Added some pictures for comment on how i fixed my issue (see below)
[image|2183522]
[image|2183523]

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Bewerkt door: Felix Hahn ,

Tekst:

At least for the left ear there is an easier disassembly possible!
1) remove the side (its only connected with three clips). NO screws here (Jabra Evolve 65).
2) use a small screw driver to lift the hole over the pin (see details above) but do so by accessing the hole through the openings now accessible form the outside (see picture)
[image|1884396]
[image|1884395]
[image|1884391]
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Using the approach of Christian Kjaer I also broke one pin. No way to open it that way.
I would think at least on a Jabra Evolve 65 the right ear (with mic) is also assembled without screws to hold the side lid.
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+Added some pictures for comment on how to fix a broken hinge with 3d printed part.
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+[image|2183522]
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+[image|2183523]

Status:

open

Bewerkt door: Felix Hahn ,

Tekst:

At least for the left ear there is an easier disassembly possible!
1) remove the side (its only connected with three clips). NO screws here (Jabra Evolve 65).
2) use a small screw driver to lift the hole over the pin (see details above) but do so by accessing the hole through the openings now accessible form the outside (see picture)
[image|1884396]
[image|1884395]
[image|1884391]
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+Using the approach of Christian Kjaer I also broke one pin. No way to open it that way.
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+I would think at least on a Jabra Evolve 65 the right ear (with mic) is also assembled without screws to hold the side lid.

Status:

open

Origineel bericht door: Felix Hahn ,

Tekst:

At least for the left ear there is an easier disassembly possible!

1) remove the side (its only connected with three clips). NO screws here (Jabra Evolve 65).

2) use a small screw driver to lift the hole over the pin (see details above) but do so by accessing the hole through the openings now accessible form the outside (see picture)

[image|1884396]

[image|1884395]

[image|1884391]

Status:

open