ThinkCentre M83 / M93p Tiny Desktop – Internal Speaker Replacement

ThinkCentre M83 / M93p Tiny Desktop – Internal Speaker Replacement


Hello everyone. I’m Brandon with Lenovo, and I’m here with the ThinkCentre M93p Tiny Desktop. Today we are going to be replacing the internal speaker. This process will take about five minutes, and it should be easy enough for anyone to do. The only tool required will be a Philips screwdriver. Before we continue, we need to make sure that we are protected against electrostatic discharge, or ESD. Make sure to shut down your computer and disconnect all cables and accessories from the system. For more information, watch our Understanding Electrostatic Discharge video by clicking the link in the description. And now that we’re ready, let’s get started. To remove the computer cover, we’re going to remove a single retaining screw in the rear of the computer. Then you slide the front cover forward, and lift it from the system. To disconnect the storage drive cable, you just pull it from the back of the storage drive. Then disconnect the SATA cable from the system board. Then disconnect the power cable from the system board. And I’m going to use a non-metallic pry tool to disconnect the front antenna cable, but your fingers will work just as well. Now we’re going to remove two retaining screws. To remove the drive assembly, we’re going to slide it away from the edge of the system, and lift it off of the posts. So to remove the internal speaker, you want to first disconnect the speaker cable from the system board, and then remove it from the guide. Then you want to pull back the clip, and remove the speaker from the chassis. Here we have the replacement internal speaker. To replace the internal speaker, you want to line it up with the clip and press down until the clip snaps into place. Then you connect the speaker cable to the system board. And install it in the cable guide. To replace the drive assembly, we’re going to align the assembly with these two posts on the system board. So you align the posts, and then slide the assembly towards the edge of the system. We’re going to replace two retaining screws. Screw one. Screw two. Now I’m going to reconnect the front antenna cable. I’m using a non-metallic pry tool, but your fingers will work just as well for this. Just kind of snaps on like a button. To connect the storage drive cable, connect the power cable to the system board, and the SATA cable to the system board. And then connect the cable to the back of the storage drive. So to replace the computer cover, you just lay it down here on top of the system and then you push it toward the rear of the system until it locks into place. And then you replace this single retaining screw in the rear of the system.

One thought to “ThinkCentre M83 / M93p Tiny Desktop – Internal Speaker Replacement”

  1. Where i can buy the internal speaker for a thinkcentre m700 tiny in México?. The volume of mine is very low, only on the internal speaker, external speakers volume is normal. Thanks in advance.

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