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Can't get the back off of my Wharfedale Diamond's. Model 7.1

Basically, I've got a pair of Wharfedale loud speakers, diamond model 7.1 and the speaker inside has blown. I've looked everywhere but there are no screws present! I need to get the back off and ended up resorting to prizing the back off with a screw driver. This didn't work either. Anyone have any advice?

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6 holes at the back, unscrew them, long screw driver is needede , itll all come apart once all 6 screws are loosend

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Sometimes the back does not come off, but the speaker comes out from the front...

Posted on Mar 22, 2010

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    damianhowell Feb 14, 2014

    on th 7.1 , the speaker cant be removed from the front, its impossible

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