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Bose COMPANION 2 Speaker case disassembly?

Companion2 series 2 computer speaker cases.. How do these darn things disassemble? I can see no external screws or pry points.

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  • Anonymous Jan 19, 2009

    my speakers come in and out - sounds like a wire is shorting out.  I cannot figure out how to take the speaker apart to look at the wiring. There are now screws and I'm afraid to pop the front off with a screwdriver. 

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Yes..the only solution is to pop the front panel with screwdriver...to do this more efficiently (without breaking the front panel) ...first insert the thin screwdriver in the gap in front lanel on side wall...and rotate the screw driver 90 degree..this will pop that side....repeat it on other sides too...i did it last night only.....
my problem was that when i dropped the speaker....its magnet fell down...and its no longer working...i am trying to find another broken bose speaker to replace mine...from e bay,,but no luck till now :(

Posted on Jan 26, 2009

  • Wayne of Welling
    Wayne of Welling Nov 05, 2013

    As above with the grill (it's glued in has 3 toungs either side & 2 each top and bottom). The speaker has 4 screws which are easyaly removed.

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