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Can't get face plate off of MTX 610CM ceiling speakers

I have a MTX 610CM ceiling speaker that was installed. I am redoing the room it was in and can seem to get the face plate off to unscrew the clamp. How do I do that?

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Its a pain, espicially if the grills were painted before installation.

In the industry we use a "grill puller" which is nothing more then a wire hook with a loop for your finger.

If the holes are big enough bend a paperclip into a hook, grab it with needle nose pliars and pull the grill through the hole near the edge.

If it doesn't fit then use a small pointed knife or awl, stick the point in a grill hole around the egde and pull it down a bit, work your way around until you can grab the grill with your fingers.

Let me know if you need anymore guidance......be careful I've replaced alot of destroyed speakers!

Cheers,

Kevin

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