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Remove speakers from Aiwa CA-DW630 boombox

I have an old Aiwa CA-DW630 dual cassette/cd boombox. I'm using it as an audio device for my TV, working fine, but I want to take the speakers off for better placement, & I just can't figure out how (though they obviously come off). Don't have manual; anyone have tips?

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They may be heldin by the handle, or tabs that you either need to push or pull on the sides or bottom of the unit.;

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