Question about Denon Audio Players & Recorders
This is an ongoing problem with Denons, if only your screw fell out like mine, you have to do the following to screw it back in properly.
1. You have to remove the ear cups from the head band part.
2. To do (1), you have to remove the styrofoam ear **** (the soft leather part) by press down on the soft part and rotating it counter-clockwise.
3. With the ear **** removed, you will see a total of 8 screws. 4 are flat and on a higher plane, and other 4 are inside holes. Unscrew the 4 that are bigger and on the higher plane. This will remove the plastic round back from the ear ****.
4. With the big round plastic part removed, you will now have the space to properly screw in the fallen screw.
5. Make sure to use Lock-tite to hold the screw in place so it doesn't fall out again.
Posted on May 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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