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Bass Flow Tube

The Bass Flow Tube has come un stuck and is rattling around inside the subwoofer so i need to take the unit apart and repair it, however, when i remove all the screws from the back plate it still doesnt come off and i have no way of getting inside it, Anyone know how to get inside the sub??? Thanks

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Carefully pry off the gray metal mesh covering the speaker. Don't pry on the plastic ring - you have to remove the metal mesh from the plastic. Remove the six screws holding the speaker in place, and remove the speaker. Finally, re-glue the tube into the port. Wait for the glue to cure before turning the speakers on again.

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I have the same problem with this product maby its a technical problem

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