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Help with opening them

Does anyone know where are the screws of this speakers? i found one right beneath the power input, but the speakers are still in one piece and i need to open them to repair a cable... thanks!

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A215 has a detachable front (grey) cover. It is attached on 4 coaks (pins). Just push a flat screwdriver under it and turn slightly - the cover will go out a little. Do it around the cover - and it will be detached. You will see 6 screws (or 4 in the left speaker). You need to unscrew them all.

Posted on Aug 07, 2008

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    David Norwood Sep 22, 2015

    Thank you for the answer to the front Grey Cover and inside screws.
    FYI: There is also a hole with a screw on the very bottom, under the power connector of the speaker in the back.


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Sometimes screw are under labels stickers etc

Posted on Jul 24, 2008

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    David Jul 24, 2008

    they also have clip type fittings on the joins



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1. Remove the screw at the lower back of Right Speaker (the one with the volume knob that is broken and without sound). You will need a long thin screwdriver - and this screw is very, very hard to remove.

2. Carefully remove the fabric speaker faceplate on the front side by pulling at the edges carefully,

3. Under the faceplate there are 6 screws. Remove the lower two and upper two (securing the top part of speakers)

4. You should be able to separate the back and front halfs of the speaker enclosure now.

5. Desolder the speaker stereo audio input cable from the printed circuit board and replace by soldering in a replacement cable. I scavenged a replacement cable by cutting the cable for a set of stereo headsets I got for free on an airline flight. There are three wire, white (left channel), yellow (right channel), and black (ground), You need to remove and resolder all three wires.

6. The problem is that the existing stereo input cable develops an open circuit somewhere in the cable for the right channel. All you need to do is take ou the old cable and solder in a new replacement cable.

7. Reassemble and your good to go!!!!

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