Question about Altec Lansing 220 Computer Speakers
It's always possible to open up a speaker, and unless it's glued together, you might be able to without damaging it. Usually when buttons break, there is plastic damage, and it's "iffy" if it can be fixed. You can often find a reasonable replacement, but not always, due to different types and designs, fasterners, etc. Most speakers are screwed together, so it's entirely possible to find the parts of your switch.
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Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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