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Inside subwoofer Help for the non-techy pls?? If you look down the hole in the front of my logitech X230 subwoofer, the bit that is attached to the hole has become dislodged. How do I get inside the speaker to realign it? I have tried to remove the panel at the back, but the power suppy lead is too tight/short to allow me to remove the panel completely. I have tried to remove the circular grill/speaker on the side, but it is either unmovable, or extremely tight, and I daren't force it. Any suggestions, pls?? Di

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Ok, i had the same problem. i dont think the stinken back comes off. i was however able to loosen the control panel enough that the cardboard tube ( the rattler ) was wedged up against the back. i put all of the screws back on and presto, no rattle.

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I had the same problem, but mine are still under warrenty, you should check if the speakers you have are too?
btw, this seems to be a common problem with the x-230's whereas I had a pair of z-340's running strong for a good 4 years, upgraded to the x-230's and soon as I opened the box I found the rattle in the sub-box..

Posted on Jan 22, 2008

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Most likely the whole thing is glued together. You'll probably have to use force to get it apart, and it probably won't look as good when you put it back together.

Posted on Jul 06, 2007

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