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Z2300 satellite disassemble

How do you disassemble the satellite speaker? I unscrewed all the screws but i can't disassemble it.

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1. Remove the black face screen. 2. The 4 holes on the satellite that hold the face screen on have a rubber stopper in each.  Pop those out with a screw driver.  There are now 4 screws to take out. 3. The front silver face plate is now only held on by glue.  Take a hair drier around the edges to soften the glue, then carefully pry the front face plate off, being careful not to damage it (I pried it from the bottom so any damage wouldn't be noticed).
Note: the 3 screws on the bottom have nothing to do with removing the face plate.

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