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There are no screws on the speaker grill of this particular model

I'm having extreme difficulty in removing the speaker grill, very afraid of breaking it. please help

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If it is KP-51HW40 Sony TV
Speaker grill has 2 caps covering 2 screws at bottom of speaker grill.
Below is an image showing caps of speaker grill that might help you to open it.

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Everything on this model TV must be accesed through the rear of the tv (the speakers were put in first) so they will take a wile to get to after removing all the parts in the way!

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