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How do I get the case off of an iP46 so I can fix the AUX jack?

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Pull the top of the Grey mesh of the speakers of (that metal cage around the audio sound ) and once that's off there are screws... I pulled really hard only to figure out that's all you need to do -.-

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Pull really hard

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If I am reading your post correctly. You wan't to split
the aux. transmission from the main, just enough to
change the shift rods. I don't rember the last mack I
did it's been a while. The last one was a quad box in
an autocar. That was done on the floor, by blocking
the main with pieces of 2x4's+4x4's and using a
home made flat cart under the aux. But I think you
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Nope RamaTheMan - you are incorrect! No way to get an actual surroundsound from your TV on this turd - this came straight from the Samsung FAQ -

"You cannot get surround sound from your television. On the other hand, if your television has audio output jacks you can connect your TV or Set Top Box to your Home Theater System and get stereo sound (that is, sound from the left and right speakers of your Home Theater System only).
To connect your TV or STB audio output jacks to your Home Theater System and get stereo sound, follow these steps:
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