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Csi sp-6c removal

I have a csi sp-6c speaker in my ceiling and need to know how to remove it to fix. its between floors so have no access from above. Thanks

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Your speaker cover should either twist and gently pull off or may just need gentle prying with a small screwdriver. Before attempting is your speaker grill foam or metal. Some like my pioneers, you must gently remove the actual grill and not the entire facia itself to access the speaker removal. If you need to remove the grill, i recommend using a tiny screwdriver and gently work around the edges evenly. Steve

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If the ceiling are closed for access below, you have the choice of tackling the job from within the bathroom by removing the some of the plywood floor to inspect the problem OR by the ceiling below. I would should the ceiling below if it was me.

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If there is still the issue check your speaker connections for the same issue. If they are in ceiling/wall speakers disconnect them all then plug them in one at a time to narrow it down.

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