Question about Mission 780 Main / Stereo Speaker
Hi; I am trying to remove the driver from a Mission 764 Sealed Cab for repair and am having no luck.. I have unscrewed the 4 screws on the driver and the speaker remains rock solid in place. What am I missing.
1. Remove the front cover.
2. Remove the four bushes that held it in place. Beneath them are crosshead screws.
3. Remove these screws, and the surround board they hold.
4. You can now see the bass speaker retaining screws. remove them and withdraw the speaker *carefully*. (A knife under the edge helps to get it going.) The wires are at the back mixed up with the damping wool.
5. The tweeter has its retaining screws under the rubber gasket stuck to it.
6. The connectors shoud slide off the lugs, but mine are pretty stiff. Careful with the tweeter's: mine pulled out the termnal completely, and I've had to replace the unit!
Posted on Mar 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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