Question about Logitech X-230 Computer Speakers
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
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.
Posted on May 19, 2009
I have the same problem with this product maby its a technical problem
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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