For any further vision impaired people trying to follow along, the single 30mm screw is in the top left of the image.
Thinking about trying to fix that mic crackle as you adjust the boom up and down? Strongly consider cutting your losses. Maxim’s suggestions above do work, but the cable that runs through the boom to the mic is extremely thin (1 mm?), and will be an absolute pain to splice (1 hour, minimum). Anything you do put there will be repeatedly rolled back and forth like in a cable carrier, but in a 1 cm space that will kill your fix just as quick as the original did. Jabra didn’t have to design it like this, but either thought their design was super neat and stopped there, or are actively malicious in making it $@$*!& so you buy another. This will be a tedious repair, and it might be worth your time to just find something not made by Jabra.
There’s absolutely no reason to do this. This part of the device is never touched again for the rest of the guide.
That 30mm screw is the one lower down under the power cable, not the higher up one with the embossed arrow pointing at it.
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