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  1. JBL Charge 2 Plus Passive Radiators Replacement, Passive Radiators: stap 1, afbeelding 1 van 2 JBL Charge 2 Plus Passive Radiators Replacement, Passive Radiators: stap 1, afbeelding 2 van 2
    • Starting from the front side bottom left corner, use the nylon or metal spudger to lift the grille up from each of the four corners.

    • Follow the previous instruction to remove the back grille.

    Test because my last comment disappeared.

    Debra Bainum - Antwoord

    You might ONLY need to remove the back grille. Read the comments on the next step.

    nus.czm - Antwoord

    Agree with comments above. All I had to do was remove the back grille to get to the plastic battery cover similar to comment above.

    Tim Pipkorn - Antwoord

    Danke, das hat mir weitergeholfen.

    Ganz herzlichen Dank

    Michael Pauw 04.08.2021

    Michael Pauw - Antwoord

  2. JBL Charge 2 Plus Passive Radiators Replacement: stap 2, afbeelding 1 van 3 JBL Charge 2 Plus Passive Radiators Replacement: stap 2, afbeelding 2 van 3 JBL Charge 2 Plus Passive Radiators Replacement: stap 2, afbeelding 3 van 3
    • Unscrew the two .5 mm screws that hold the sub woofer in place.

    • Repeat the last step for the two screws on the back side.

    no 5mm screws going into the radiator on my device

    Norman Ingham - Antwoord

    I had the same issue. I managed to unplug the battery cable after removing the right front speaker

    Peter Karsten - Antwoord

    I have the charge 2 + and only needed to take off the back grill. Then removed 6 smaller screws from a black rectangular cover, which turns out to be the battery cover! Then unplugged the battery and removed it. Many less steps than described in the steps here. Note I did NOT have to remove either round end.

    Debra Bainum - Antwoord

    I did the same thing! Everybody should read your comment before attempting this whole process described below.

    You ONLY have to remove the back grille, and you will see the battery cover. Unscrew the small philips screws from the battery cover, then the whole battery cover can be removed.

    nus.czm -

  3. JBL Charge 2 Plus Passive Radiators Replacement: stap 3, afbeelding 1 van 2 JBL Charge 2 Plus Passive Radiators Replacement: stap 3, afbeelding 2 van 2
    • Remove the four screws that hold the passive radiator in place

    also there are no screws that hold the passive radiator in place.

    Norman Ingham - Antwoord

  4. JBL Charge 2 Plus Passive Radiators Replacement: stap 4, afbeelding 1 van 1
    • Pop the Passive Radiator off.

  5. JBL Charge 2 Plus Passive Radiators Replacement: stap 5, afbeelding 1 van 3 JBL Charge 2 Plus Passive Radiators Replacement: stap 5, afbeelding 2 van 3 JBL Charge 2 Plus Passive Radiators Replacement: stap 5, afbeelding 3 van 3
    • Repeat Step 2, 3 and 4 for the other passive radiator.

    No, you only have to disconnect the right passive radiator to get to the battery and plug it.

    Gabriel Dug - Antwoord

    True. This step is unnecessary. You only need to pop the radiator under which the cables of the battery go.

    lukasz.kulbacki - Antwoord

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

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When charging my charge 2+ 4 LED lights are blowing but 5th one is not blowing , 5th one blows when Bluetooth is on that is when speaker is on . I don't know what to do please help mail at jomonjohny140898@gmail.com

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