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Remove the speaker grill on a Beolab 2000

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beoaus
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beoaus posted on Mon, Mar 27 2017 11:40 AM

Hi All,

I have Beolab 2000 that sounds rather distorted. I suspect water damage, Is anyone familiar with removing the speaker grills safely so I can inspect inside?

BTW. I did download the service manual, though, a disassembly process is presumed rather than explained.

Thanks beoaus.

 

 

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Stoobietoo
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It is really easy. They slide up and off by sliding them up from the bottom. Carefully slide a credit card in between the bottom of the grille and the grey plastic case. Wiggle it up and down and the grille will start to slide up a little. Once you you have loosened it it will slide right up and off.

Stoobie 

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Stoobietoo
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It is really easy. They slide up and off by sliding them up from the bottom. Carefully slide a credit card in between the bottom of the grille and the grey plastic case. Wiggle it up and down and the grille will start to slide up a little. Once you you have loosened it it will slide right up and off.

Stoobie 

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beoaus replied on Wed, Mar 29 2017 10:20 AM

Very easy, once you know.

Thank you, beoaus

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beoaus:

Very easy, once you know.

Sorry if I made it sound so easy you should be able to work it out yourself. I only know to my cost as I dented one​ grille trying to get mine off. 

I was so surprised at the ease they​ came off when I knew how. 

Stoobie

 

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