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I own a Peavey amp #kba 100. Speaker may be blown or loose. How does the case disassemble so I can get to the speaker to determine the problem? Thanks for your help!

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There should be Screws on the back of the unit witch takes off the whole back panel to were you see the back of the speaker an the wiring in side the amp, on the speaker mounts should be somebolts or clips to were the speaker will slid out from the back

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