Question about Aiwa UZUS301 2 Speakers
Those satellites don't have screws to hold the two halfs together, they use plastic clamps. Usually, those are placed one on the top and one on the bottom ... I'm guessing that's also how yours is built. Use a normal screwdriver to gently separate the two halfs to find the clamps' positions.
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