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No Problem, Just curious at how to open the sub box.

I just want to know how to open the sub woofer box so i cn see inside it at all the mumbo jumbo etc. I tried my self but it proved to be difficult as i dnt want to break it open. I tried the back input panel but the circuit board was either hooked on something or the wasnt enough slack in the wires inside. Can anyone help :)

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It is made so as no fumbling fingers can't get at it There are no user serviceable parts there in So leave it alone.

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I opened mine, here's a description: http://users.tpg.com.au/malydog/fixits/logitechx230.htm

Posted on Aug 14, 2007

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    Sorry, I didn't read properly, you want to open subwoofer not speakers... I opened the subwoofer, it was easy. Just unscrew the screws off the panel and firmly but gently pull it out. It feels like it won't fit through the hole but it does.

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