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Z 5500 i want to get out the cover of bass how can i take off?

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There are four screws visible that have to be taken out of the plastic. There are also six or eight screws under the screen cover. You have to drill holes in the screen and unscrew the sub. The plastic holding the screen is screwed down underneath the sub.

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