ThinkCentre M83 / M93p Tower Desktop – Internal Speaker Replacement

ThinkCentre M83 / M93p Tower Desktop – Internal Speaker Replacement


Hello everyone. I’m Brandon with Lenovo, and I’m here today with the ThinkCentre M93p Tower 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. There are no tools required to do this. 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 further 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 front cover, we must first remove two thumb screws. Then we’re going to press down on the release button, slide the cover towards the rear of the system and remove it. Then we are going to pull outward on the three retaining clips to release the bezel. And then we are going to swing the front bezel open like a door and remove it. Now we are going to remove the internal speaker. First, we have to disconnect the speaker cable from the system board. Now we are going to reach into the chassis and press outward on the clip, then slide the speaker up and out of the system. And here we have our replacement internal speaker. Now we are going to place the speaker into the chassis, align it with the tabs, and press down until it locks into place. Now I am going to connect the speaker cable to the system board. When replacing the front bezel, we want to ensure that the hinges on the bezel are aligned with the holes in the chassis. And then we are going to place the bezel on and close it like a door. Then we are going to press inward on the bezel
to snap the three clips back into place. When replacing the front cover, we want to
ensure that the tabs on the cover align with the slots on the chassis. Then we are going to place the cover onto the chassis and slide it forward to the front of the system. Then we are going to replace two thumb screws.

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