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HOW DO I REMOVE THE COVER TO BOSE ACCOUSTIMASS 15?

I need to replace the female RCA jack, but cannot remove the side cover. Any advice?

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Your speakers are more than likely similar to my Pioneers. To do any work on them you have to very gently, with a tiny screwdriver, pry of the metal speaker grill evenly all the way around. If this is the case, take you time and be very patient as to not bend the grill. They are put in tightly so the sound doesnt shake them lose. At the service centers they usually just install new grills. Hope this helps. Steve

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