Introduction

If the speaker is dead or blown, install a new one.

  1. Be sure to unplug the device before proceeding.
    • Be sure to unplug the device before proceeding.

    • Use a Phillips #0 screwdriver to remove the four 21.7mm screws holding the back panel to the frame.

  2. Once the screws are out, use a plastic opening tool or spudger to pry the top of the back panel open. There may be some resistance, but it will eventually pry loose.
    • Once the screws are out, use a plastic opening tool or spudger to pry the top of the back panel open. There may be some resistance, but it will eventually pry loose.

  3. Once the top is separated, use your hand to remove the back panel from the unit.
    • Once the top is separated, use your hand to remove the back panel from the unit.

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  5. Using tape or a post-it, label the input and output wires on the reverb. Remove these wires from the box.
    • Using tape or a post-it, label the input and output wires on the reverb. Remove these wires from the box.

  6. Remove the two female connection terminals from the speaker terminals.
    • Remove the two female connection terminals from the speaker terminals.

  7. Use a Philips #1 screwdriver to remove the four 21.9 mm Phillips screws from the perimeter of the speaker.
    • Use a Philips #1 screwdriver to remove the four 21.9 mm Phillips screws from the perimeter of the speaker.

  8. Gently remove the speaker. Gently remove the speaker.
    • Gently remove the speaker.

Conclusion

To install the new speaker, follow the instructions given in reverse.

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