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Taking apart harman/kardon subwoofer

I need to take apart the subwoofer of my harman/kardon soundsticks. but i can't figure out how to do it. helppp?!

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Turn the sub upsidedown, carefully remove the clear rubber feet (these are a dome fitted over a mushroom top), using the toothed gripper cutout of a pair of pliers (when closed it is the eye shaped opening visible on one side), grip the mushroom firmly but not so hard as to crush the mushroom and gently ease clockwise and anticlockwise (the mushroom is at one end of a clear plug blocking access to the four screws that hold the two parts together.
Be carefull to use the correct size screwdriver so as not to damage the screw heads as they are tight.
On reassembly, you may need to use glue to replace the rubber feet if the mushroom becames damages during removal.

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  • JenCluse Dec 02, 2010

    OK. You can come and get your 'Pass-out with Honours" Top-Apprentice-of-the-Year badge
    (This written Dec 2010, after buying a U/S set of these things, and not having yet worked out to remove that plug. It certainly is a weak point, and your advice is absolutely spot on.

    There are a lot of tricks to working on these things. So far I am just on refurb of the #1 stick.

    Would there be any value my posting other snippets as I find them regarding the HKs? Is it possible to post .jpg's?

    Thanks again

    5 ticks

  • Anonymous Aug 19, 2013

    Thanks for this post. I have just successfully released a butterfly from my subwoofer! She's flown to freedom. Thank you. And it all went back together again without any problems.

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    Kevin McKenna Dec 07, 2018

    ANYONE KNOW WHERE TO GET. A REPLACEMENT FOR THE AUDIO IN CABLE FOR THE WIRED SOUNDSTICKS?

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The subwoofer seems to make the perfect residence for a Daddy Longlegs spider. Mine has been in there for weeks and seems to be loving how the LED light attracts small moths. I just took mine apart [using the advice above], gave it a good clean, but given easy it was to take apart, didn't have the heart to remove the spider out. I left him in there, reassembled the unit without any hassle at all and the by next morning, he was back in business. :-)

Posted on Feb 05, 2012

  • Gary Cook Jun 15, 2014

    A metal coathanger turned into a hook also comes in handy for inanmiate objects

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My baby is rattling...what would be a good idea to do..??I've had her for almost 2 years now...

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