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How do I open a fender passport 150 speaker cabinet?

A stupid ''techie'' busted the front 1/4 inch jack, so I need to repair it.

On a desparate timeline - please help!

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There are screws running down the sides of the front panel which you will have to remove. The circuit board is secured to the front panel by the nuts, washers etc. that the controls and jacks are fastened with. Once you get the panel; loose gently move it forward so you can see any connections to the circuit board. Make careful note of all of these and draw diagrams. You will have to completely remove the panel from the enclosure and then the circuit board from the panel. The jack in question will be mounted on the circuit board and soldered to it on the reverse side. You will need to unsolder it, obtain an exact replacement, solder in the replacement and replace the board on the panel and the panel back in the enclosure. Make sure everything is connected exactly the way it was originally. Hope this helps.

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  • somedumguy Feb 05, 2011

    I think the original question was about the speaker, not the main amp section. There are no visible screws on the outside of the speaker. How would you open the speaker? I have a Passport 250 and the jack on the speaker is pushed in, so I need to get at it from the inside.

  • somedumguy Feb 05, 2011

    OK, apologies for being a dope. I was able to pull off the grill by sticking my finger in the hole where the jack was, then all the screws are visible and accessible. Once those screws are removed, you can reach in through the ports an pull the whole front panel with all the speakers in it off the box. Piece of cake. I had to change the jack because I lost the retaining nut and others I had didn't fit.

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    Ricardo Toledo Nov 06, 2012

    well this instruction works for me. I needed to open the main amp. Thanks a lot i did open it with ease.


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I think one of the speakers is blone in my 250 fender passport how do I get a replacement speaker?

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