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How do I disassemble the JHT525 speakers so that I can paint the enclosure?

I would like to disassemble the speakers so that I can paint the enclosure and replace the speaker cloth. Suggestion welcomed. -Phil-

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Just takes the screws out that are holding the speakers in to the cabinet, Unhook one wire at a time from the speakers end keep track of where they go on The speakers for when you put them back in,

Posted on Dec 06, 2012

  • Phil Dec 06, 2012

    The speaker cabinet has only two screws. These screws hold the terminals for connecting the wire from the receiver. The case appears to be made of a two piece construction with the speaker cloth held in place, internally.

  • John Doe Dec 06, 2012

    Just look for different speaker cabinets that the speakers will fit into, That are in better shape then the ones that you have,

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