Question about Mackie PPM608 / C300z PA Package
You use a VERY long phillips screwdriver as there are screws in those deep wells from the back. I think it takes a #3 phillips and you want one with at least a 12 inch shaft to reach the screws. The screws are black and are Kaylon or sheet metal types with pan heads. It can be a little tricky to engage the screwdriver bit as deep as these are.
Make sure ALL screws are completely out... count them vs the number of wells... there are a lot!
Then you have to pry the back off.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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