Question about Harman Kardon HK695 Computer Speakers
I read your fixya today, found the hidden screw but that didn't resolve the problem: I still can't separate the base and I can't find any other screws or retainers. Any further suggestions?
Just opened mine up, take all the screws out from the bottom including the hidden screw under the middle rear rubber stud and remove the black plastic round cover. Then open the mesh and remove the subwoffer. Opens like a charm!
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
In addition to all the screws mentioned in the bottom of the speaker, the HK695 has an internal brace that runs the length of the case and provides a support bracket for the speaker. To separate the halves of the sub woofer, carefully use a paperclip or something similar to hook the screen over the speaker and pull it off. Once the speaker is exposed, remove the four screws, pull out the speaker and disconnect the speaker wires. Remove the speaker. At this point, the halves will separate enough for you to disconnect the two multi-connector electrical cables that run from the circuit board in the base to the circuit board in the top. Once that is done the case will come apart.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
Pull harder perhaps? Hard to say. I got fed up and threw my speakers away, complained to dell, and then to the BBB.
How many screws have you taken out? Did you remove the top cap as well? Did you pull the fuse out?
Posted on Apr 26, 2008
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