I dropped my wireless speaker and it now rattles

I dropped my wireless speaker and when I move it up and down it sounds like something is freely moving up and down, and it makes a rattle sound. The speaker itself does turn on and plays a little sound, but the sound is 1/10th of what it was. I opened up the bottom of the speaker and got passed the electronics, but I can't pull the speaker out of the housing. (It seems like it's glued in, even though there were screws to remove)

The wireless speaker: http://www.amazon.com/Bem-HL2739-Speaker...

Links to picture: http://imgur.com/a/XFwon

The circular part of the speaker shown in the pictures is what the thing that is loose inside the speaker hits when it "rattles". I think this might be the speaker core. Any advice on how to remove the speaker?

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1st pix shows passive radiator. 4 screws to go. Between the 2 screw post at each corner is a well for the other screws. Slide volume control circuit board out of the way (place your finger on the black square wire ribbon connector and slide out the whole board. Shown in 2nd pix ) Once u have the last 4 screws from the 4 wells out, pull from the screw post the passive radiator section out. Needs a firm pull a little from each corner to keep it square. U have arrived at the main speaker that has been jarred out of flanges or washers with screws. Resecure speaker being careful not to over torque those little screws.

Links to picture: http://imgur.com/a/XFwon

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