Question about JBL Sonnet Computer Speakers
I think I have a dry joint on the input inside the sub woofer casing. How do I get into the casing. Taken out the screws but cannot open it up with out damage. thanks chris
I also own MH=505 & was able to open up the sub-woofer by re=installing the 4 corner plate screws about 1/2 way ,then using a finishing claw hammer VERY lightly use the claw under the screw heads & lightly pry gradually on the screws until free.USE extreme in doing so as the amp ,circuit board is also included. Happy Motoring ,hope you fix your rallle....Regina Ca
Posted on Jan 31, 2008
The only way in is to take out the four big screws around the edges, 5 screws in the heat sync and then remove the base level knob and take off the hex nut and washer holding that on. Then presto your inside.
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
Check under the stickers, sometimes screws are hidden under rubber feet, and stickers. If there is a sticker you can rub it with your finger and feel if a hole is under it. Just look at how the rest of the screws are. If you have taken out 5 in the corners and a sticker or a rubber pad is in the last corner chances are its under that one. Also sometimes they use a rubber seal to create an air tight seal in the box. Sometimes this seal can be a little tacky and you need to pull on it a bit before it pops loose. If your sure there can be no more screws then it maybe stuck
Posted on Apr 05, 2006
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