Question about JBL Audio Players & Recorders
I have two JBL Model L46 Speakers, about 25 years old. Foam on woofers has disintegrated. The Speaker Exchange in Tampa, FL, can repair for $ 44.00 each plus shipping. I have removed foam on one speaker and have removed 4 screws, but speaker will not come out (I have been gentle !). Can you advise next steps ? Thank You. Paul Cathcart
Get a metal 1" wide thin spatula and tap it in between the speaker and the cabinet. The 117 woofer has a large flat side. Work your way around the frame and gently pry it up. Good luck. Pointblank
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