Removing the grill needs a picking tool..its like an ice pick that is bent at right angle..you should also protect the round stainless ring with a cloth or balsa wood since it is soft..very carefully pry off the grill at as many points around the circle so you don't dent the grill holes..the grill is held by some gummy or rubber like fasterner..good luck but do the job very slowly..or else Frankenstein Kardon..
Remove the protecting grill in front. Check if the cone is still connected to the rubber band. If not, remove the screws around the speaker. Open the casing itself. Do not forget the screw in the middle of the battery compartment. Remove the bottom cover. Disconnect the 2 wires on the speaker and take out the speaker. It will come out with the plastic protection around it. Looking at the cone now, push up the Carton cone and keep it in place by putting some tissue paper or small cloth underneath. Clean the cone first. Use some rubber cement on the outer edges of the cone and press the rubber back on the cone. Let it dry for an hour and then remove the tissue / cloth, so the cone goes back to its normal position.You can use some extra rubber (those pre-glued strips that you would use to fix a bicycle tire) to make it extra strong. Remount everything back in place and voila....it works again!If your cone is not damaged, the casing most probably does not seal good anymore. Tighten all screws a little more and use plastic electrical tape all around to seal all joints. The bass is produced inside the casing itself and pushed out via a horn. If it is not closed off well, your bass sounds grumpy.
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Not sure why you would want to remove the tweeters, but if you did, then the overall impedance of the speakers would be altered. It may be higher or lower depending on the crossover network and wiring configuration. If you still have your heart set on removing the tweeters, the simplest method would be to replace the removed speaker with a resistor of the same ohms value and of an adequate power rating. This will introduce a slight bit of distortion but it will safe guard your amplifier. Cheers
need remove rear shelf trim panel .open trunk use flash light locate rear speakers then disconnect electrical connector from rear speaker then squeeze the two mounting tabs and push them up through their mounting holes then push up on the speakers to disengage remove them.
Chemical filtration is the removal of dissolved wastes from aquarium water. Dissolved wastes exist in the water at a molecular level. The most common chemical filtration method involves filtering the water through gas activated carbon which works best on the nonpolar wastes. Another effective method is protein skimming which removes polar wastes such as dissolved organics.
Locksmiths use a tool that resembles a thin piece of a coping saw blade. That tool is slid along side the key stub, turned so that the teeth grip the stub, and pulled outward.
They also use a thing that is like a dental pick, only with a smaller hook.
I've heard of supergluing a toothpick (or the other half of the key) to the stub of the key, but you would have to be very, very careful not to get any glue on anything but the end of the broken piece of the key. You also have to be able to hold it long enough for the glue to set.
I've also read that lubricating the key stub and lock with a lock lubricant helps with extraction, but that would clash with the superglue method.
As far as removing the cylinder, it has to be in the 'ACC' position. The only alternative to this is to remove the entire switch assembly and replace it with a new/used unit. This would mean having to add another key to your keyring(s). I believe that removing the steering wheel is necessary (or very helpful) when replacing the switch on that car.
If you didn't purchase the radio new, then you probably don't have the pull tabs. New radios come with pull tabs. Basically they are designed to fit into both sides of the radio, just where the locks that keep the radio in the dash are. The old school method is the find the thinnest knives you can, one for each side. Remove the trim ring. Slide the knives (one on each side) inbetween the stereo and the metal mounting sleeve. You will need to keep both in place until your radio is about 1/2 way out. CAUTION, don't pushe the knives in too far, The locks are about 1 inch - 2 inches in.
The best way that I've found to remove the bottom from the blender jar is to put the blender jar back on the blender base (make sure it locks in place) and then turn the jar to the right. You'll feel the jar detaching from the base. Once it's loosened up, remove from the base and finish turning the bottom, manually. Before I found this method, I had tried everything to get the plastic bottom detached from the jar. Without removing the bottom, there's no way to clean it properly and rather than be unsafe I'd need to throw the whole works in the trash. But the method I've described above works every time!
Some speaker manufacturers design their boxes with non-removable front grills. Be thankful that you can remove the back because I've seen these sealed as well. Once inside, the speakers should be mounted from the inside (mounting screws on inside) compared to front mounted. IF they are not then either you're not using the proper method to remove the grill OR it's glued in place and will require breaking the glue bond to release the grill. One note to remember...non-removable grills can mean the manufacturer has something to hide.