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Magnet fell off one of the top speaker on my soundsticks

What is the trick to taking apart the soundsticks so I can put this magnet back in place? right now that top speaker is out of service. I understand that I'lll have to glue them back together which isn't a problem, I just want to get that magnet back in place.

Any help would be great...Thanks

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  • bbiillyy May 20, 2008

    i have dropped the speakers and want to know how to put the caseing back together

  • Anonymous Jun 16, 2008

    I would also like to knowhow to place the speakers back together after they have become separated.

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This just happened to me and i used two twisty ties for garbage bags to fix the problem.

thread them through the holes in the top speaker, the one that's loose. then simply pull it back into place. you'll hear a satisfying "click."

Posted on Jun 16, 2008

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