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GMX212 I would like to access the electronic part of the amplifier After removing the 6 top screws I still can't open it Can you help me? Gilles Fournier Add a comment Solution 1 posted 9 hours ago [fredy2] fredy2 Rank: Guru Home Audio Rating: 86.58%, 2043 votes Not sure but a LOT pf Behringer amps HIDE the last two screws UNDER plastic covers that actually hold the handle on. These covers are a PAIN to get off... The way I do this is where the handle goes under the plastic, right there you need to pry the lip of the plastic cover out sideways on both sides at once... The problem is right behind the lip is the metal thing the plastic cover snaps over. There are two plastic dogs on each side of the covers that grip notches in that metal. Once you get those covers off you will find a metric oval headed screw holding the metal and one end of the handle. It may take a couple foul words before you get a cover off... I think they make it hard deliberately... job security for their repair facilities. Sorry I removed these screws I thought the electronic part would come but it is still stuck. I don't know what else to do Gilles

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    there is 2 screws on side of the amp then it sides out the back

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Remove the side screws ALSO, 2 on each side of the amp

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Not sure but a LOT pf Behringer amps HIDE the last two screws UNDER plastic covers that actually hold the handle on. These covers are a PAIN to get off... The way I do this is where the handle goes under the plastic, right there you need to pry the lip of the plastic cover out sideways on both sides at once... The problem is right behind the lip is the metal thing the plastic cover snaps over. There are two plastic dogs on each side of the covers that grip notches in that metal. Once you get those covers off you will find a metric oval headed screw holding the metal and one end of the handle. It may take a couple foul words before you get a cover off... I think they make it hard deliberately... job security for their repair facilities.

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Hi, I have a BEHRINGER V-Tone GMX212, I left it


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Did you left the amp on overnight with a guitar hooked up to it?

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