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Bad speaker/ access panel removal

I have a bad speaker in my tv and can't find a way to get the access panel off to change it out. Anyone know how to get it off? TIA.

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As far as I know the speakers have to be removed from the back. Its a poorly designed cabinet.

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You can eliminate the button issue by removing the front speaker grill and access panel and disconnecting the button assy wiring harness.

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If you're not up for this, a service company will charge you $300 or so to replace the sensor for you.

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