Question about Logitech Z-5500 Computer Speakers
I recently bought speaker stands for my Logitech system. Before realizing that the setup would not require me to remove the speaker's desktop stand, I removed it. I unscrewed the screw holding it in, and the stand came off, with the screw and two washers. Something sounded like it came off and fell inside the speaker, and after a little bit of shaking to try and get it to fall out, the sound stopped. (Now it sounds like there's nothing jiggling around in there.) Now, I can't put the desktop stand back on. Am I missing something? THe screw won't screw in. I'm afraid to test another speaker, for fear of putting it in the same condition. Any help would be MUCH appreciated, thanks!! Stu Philly email@example.com
The stand was held on with a nut on the inside. There is not longer a nut on the inside of the hole, so there is now nothing for the stand screw to attach to. The nut is now stuck to the magnet on the speaker. You will need to disassemble the speaker housing to remove the nut from the speaker magnet and reattach then stand. peace. Paul.
Posted on Jan 13, 2007
I had the same problem, just remove the grill in front of speaker to expose the holes at the 4 corners of the speaker with rubber plugs.
take out the rubber plugs, underneath there are screws.
take the screws out and you can dismentle the speaker, do it slowly and gently so as to avoid snapping any wires, and there lies your nut somewhere.
with the speaker dismantled still, reattach the stand and then reassamble the speaker.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
Always read the instruction manual before pulling apart your speakers - logitech clearly state in the instructions NOT to remove the screw as the retaining nut inside the speaker will be come detached - unscrew in haste then repent in leisure
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
Remove the rubber things where the removable cover attaches to and unscrew the inside screws
Posted on Oct 22, 2007
I don't think you have to worry about the speaker. If the nut is attached to the speaker magnet, nothing will happen to the speaker.
Posted on Feb 10, 2007
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