Introduction

This guide shows you how to remove the bottom plate, this provides access to the subwoofer itself.

Locate the 3 risers the hold the base plate in place
  • Locate the 3 risers the hold the base plate in place

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Insert a strong spudger or flathead near the riser and gently pry until the plug starts to come out. Work your way around to loosening  each one.
  • Insert a strong spudger or flathead near the riser and gently pry until the plug starts to come out. Work your way around to loosening each one.

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With all three loosened remove the base!
  • With all three loosened remove the base!

  • Note the not equilateral placement of the risers when replacing the base.

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Conclusion

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

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Ryan McLeod

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Thanks, so nice tip. I'll see if I can find a similar speaker, big hug.

durval - Reply

No problem!!

Ryan McLeod -

My speaker is broken like on the image above and it sounds horrible. Do you know where to buy similar speaker in order to replice it?

pszopa - Reply

Does anybody know, if I can get a replacement speaker for the subwoofer of the JBL 2.1. system? Thanks!

Lars -

I was unable to find a replacement for the Atlas subwoofer it uses and ended up "recycling" the whole thing :( I've since replaced it with the the Klipsch ProMedia 2.1s and love them.

Ryan McLeod -

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