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Sub woofer full of moths...How do I dismantle it without damaging anything!

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  • sirus Mar 14, 2008

    Hey..thanks for the quick reply...I can manage the cleaning side of things but I can't get to any screws that will allow me to dismantle it. The two halves of the casing don't seem to want to move and I don't want to force it... do you know anyone who's done this before?

  • sirus Apr 12, 2008

    I didn't need any special tool. You really should say you dont know if you dont. Thanks anyway~. Solution is: invert the woofer, remove (Phillips no.2) screws that secure SPEAKER COVER and SPEAKER then gently remove speaker, unplug and remove from the the device. This allows access to internal cavity for vacuming etc.

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Un do screws and then un clib it apart clean it vacum it maby add moth ball when done lol thx nick

Posted on Mar 13, 2008

  • djnick989payments jones

    well thst what u need to do tho ha sto be uncliped ok

  • djnick989payments jones

    u need speaicl tool is it star bit or opistite take it to radio shack show them screws u need removed and get right tool

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