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Wet sound rev10 led install help


VLXWakesetter

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VLXWakesetter

I bought the wet sound rgb ring kit and when I went to try and install them I ran into a bit of a problem. It seems to me that the previous owner or person who installed the speakers used glue to seat them into the housing. I can’t take the speaker out for the life of me. I’m just wondering if anyone else has ran into this problem and solved it or if someone can give me some pointers on how to solve it myself. I thought about maybe heating it up but don’t think it would be a good idea as the housing is made of plastic. I wouldn’t want to melt anything. 

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How many screws did you remove?  The manual talks about the 4 grill screws, but i had to remove an additional 4 screws to get my Rev 10 cans apart.  

 

I was installing x mount speakers, and had to disassemble to properly attach to the tower.

 

FYI

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VLXWakesetter
7 minutes ago, dhcomp said:

How many screws did you remove?  The manual talks about the 4 grill screws, but i had to remove an additional 4 screws to get my Rev 10 cans apart.  

 

I was installing x mount speakers, and had to disassemble to properly attach to the tower.

 

FYI

I removed the 4 face plate screws and the 4 screws holding the speaker

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