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Magnavox 15MF605T/17B how to remove the front panel to replace speakers?

I need to replace one of the speakers, I removed the four screws in the back; however, I cannot remove the front panel to access the speakers compartment. What am I doing wrong?

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I presume the back cover does not really open from the back or if it does you cannot see the speakers from the rear?

which if you cannot see them with rear cover removed leaves two possible paths, the entire panel unit with the screen has to be removed and they are under it OR the entire front may be snapped together and has to be pryed out (if you see a seam or crack like area running around the side up front get a thin metal putty knife and try to open it, seen a lot of computer LCD monitors where they come apart from the front--and are snapped together much like some of our plastic remotes--have to go in from the front and not the rear.

Do some careful looking to see what you have.

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Hi SgtHoagie and anyone else:

I ran across this problem too, at 1:30 this morning. At that time I had to get out of bed and try to figure out what the hell happened. It seems that my flat panel TV somehow got switched over to the computer monitor mode. When this happens, the light will turn an amber color. On the bottom of your flat panel you'll see some very small buttons, marked "MENU," "CH" "VOL" and "SOURCE." You'll want to click on the "Source" button and that will switch your flat panel back to the TV mode. Your flat panel TV can also be also used as computer monitor.

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I have the same problem. Then I tapped the speaker and it would go on louder, then it started going off and then on, really irritating,

Try turning it off and unpluging it for a few minutes and then on again - it has something to do with the static building up.
It worked for me - Let me know if this works for you.

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These are snapped on tight so if you take a screw driver and go around the lid gently to snap off the seal you should be great.

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