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  1. This is the unit we are going to disassemble.
    • This is the unit we are going to disassemble.

  2. Screws aproximate location behind the front cover.
    • Screws aproximate location behind the front cover.

  3. Use a pick to gently pull the cover. There are no breaking parts. The cover is made of metal and covered with a tissue.
    • Use a pick to gently pull the cover. There are no breaking parts. The cover is made of metal and covered with a tissue.

  4. Once the front cover is removed gently lift the thin protection layer to find the holes where the screws are located. To find the two middle scews you will have to make two small incisions like illustrated. Once the front cover is removed gently lift the thin protection layer to find the holes where the screws are located. To find the two middle scews you will have to make two small incisions like illustrated. Once the front cover is removed gently lift the thin protection layer to find the holes where the screws are located. To find the two middle scews you will have to make two small incisions like illustrated.
    • Once the front cover is removed gently lift the thin protection layer to find the holes where the screws are located. To find the two middle scews you will have to make two small incisions like illustrated.

  5. After you remove the 13 screws. Put your finger in the woofer hole on the back of the speaker. Pull gently outwards to make sure you don't break the flat cable that connects the back to the main board. And that's it. Now you have full access to all the inner parts of your speaker. After you remove the 13 screws. Put your finger in the woofer hole on the back of the speaker. Pull gently outwards to make sure you don't break the flat cable that connects the back to the main board. And that's it. Now you have full access to all the inner parts of your speaker.
    • After you remove the 13 screws. Put your finger in the woofer hole on the back of the speaker. Pull gently outwards to make sure you don't break the flat cable that connects the back to the main board. And that's it. Now you have full access to all the inner parts of your speaker.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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