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Old 07-14-2011, 08:57 PM
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I'm trying to replace the speakers on my Hammer and the Clarion speaker covers are stuck. I'm pretty sure you're supposed to just twist them a little bit and they should come off, but not mine. I've actually pulled HARD and i can't get them off. I don't want to break the piece the speakers screw on to. I guess all the salt and gunk after 13 years of boating makes it stick? I dunno...any help?
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I'm trying to replace the speakers on my Hammer and the Clarion speaker covers are stuck. I'm pretty sure you're supposed to just twist them a little bit and they should come off, but not mine. I've actually pulled HARD and i can't get them off. I don't want to break the piece the speakers screw on to. I guess all the salt and gunk after 13 years of boating makes it stick? I dunno...any help?
Umm some of them are actually one piece, they don't come off.
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So, how is one supposed to replace their speakers?
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So, how is one supposed to replace their speakers?
You take out the screws and pull the whole thing out.
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The screws out from the opposite side? As in, inside the hull?
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The screws out from the opposite side? As in, inside the hull?
If you can't see the screws then it's not the one piece.
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If you can't see the screws then it's not the one piece.
Ah, well then...they're still stuck lol. Anybody else?
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I have a box of extra white covers. email me a pic.

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They dont twist they have a lip on them. Pry out on the edge and they pop off
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They dont twist they have a lip on them. Pry out on the edge and they pop off
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