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I have a pair of Wharfedale Diamond 7.2 Anniversary speakers and one of them has a blown woofer - how do I get into the speaker - there are no apparent screws to access into the cabinet? Help Also, suggestion to get a replacement Wharfdale woofer for this bookshelf speaker?

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On the back of the speaker are six deep holes that screws the back panel to front baffle.There are six sponge plugs normally.You have to dig these out with
a long standard screwdriver or however you can get them out to expose the 6 Phillips head screws below them.Remove the 6 Phillips head screws and the whole speaker comes apart,leaving just the box.Good luck.

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I cut the long length of a hanger and then curled-about the tightest, shortest hook on an end and 'fished out' the plug.

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Take the whole thing and send it to http://speakerex.com
These people are awsome and have great prices. They will repair the speaker and send it back to you.

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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