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The Logitech is a little tricky. You need to carefully pry off the white bezel around the speakers and then pry away the grills. Under the grill you will find four screws holding the two speakers, and four screws set deep in holes.
Undo these eight screws and the front will come off.
first check that the cabling going to the right speaker is not damaged then see if the plug for the speakers is damaged. if both are fine the speaker can be dissembled by removing the screws in the back or bottom of the unit and then popping them apart
By removing the four screws you only release the back panel of the Electronics Board and Sockets on the Woofer unit. It takes quite a bit of manipulating to get it out as Creative have "Creatively" put very short speakers leads in the unit which does not allow easy removal. You can unsolder the woofer leads to remove the whole assembly, however make sure that you put the red and black leads back in the right holes on the pcb when re-assembling. As for the satellite speakers, unless you have a good reason to open them.....my advice is don't. Sometimes the attitude of the makers of these things is that if it fails the user will most likely discard it. If it doesn't come apart easily you have no option but to apply some reasonable force. Why do this....just for the heck of it? When it is working normally this really is an excellent performer as a computer multimedia 2.1 channel system.
first remove the net from the sides.then just above the controls of the speaker.there is a super glued joint where the two colors are combines..gently open it by screwdriver.i have opened it.put the screwdriver between the colored joints and push it down gently. it will definitely work.
On the back of the subwoofer remove all outside screws running the parameter of the metal back. You should do this with the speaker pointing down so the screws face upward. Once you've removed all the outside screws lay the speaker back in it's normal position and grap hold of the heatsink fins and give a slight twist to it to break the seal. That will loosen it from the back, and you can pull it out about 3 inches. Note: wires are still attached but that should give you enough access to get inside.
since u hav removed the mesh and the 4 screws that hold the case of the speaker .As you said that the speaker has no opening points , most companies manufacture the speaker by sandwiching two parts together. In order to open the case of the speaker , you will have to see for a joint line on the edges . it indicates the attachment between the two parts of the speaker . If you find an opening at the back of the speaker as you have mentioned , try to remove the two joints of the speaker by pulling gently at the opposite ends .
hi i used to have the same problem opening the satellite speakers of atp3 (left satellite, the cord was pulled and snap from the inside). i found out how to open them but there's a good and bad news. the good news is i know how to open them, the bad news is that it will cause some damage on your satellite speaker.a friend of mine used to have the same speaker he accidentally drop one of his satellite speaker (left one) and the bottom cover just crack open following the joint line. the satellite speakers of atp3 has no connecting screws , it is assembled using a sort of super glue. here is how i opened my satellite speaker. i used a flat screw driver (i sharpened it a bit to easily penetrate the joint) to shove the bottom cover of the speaker starting from the back part (near the cord) then slowly made my way around when the cover start to snap from where i started. you can remove the bottom cover this way but be aware that it will cause some damage on you speaker. i started shoving from the bottom back part because the damage is unnoticed when you reassemble it using a super glue and i use a black paint to hide the discolored plastic casing cause by force opening.