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    Default PSW505 - instructions for removing front panel

    One of the connections to the speaker came off when my new sub was being shipped to me. I was able to determine this by removing the back panel. However I cannot reach the terminal on the speaker itself through the back panel. Can anyone tell me how to remove the front panel so I can re-attach the wire to the speaker?

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    You could remove the screws for the speaker itself.

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    Default Do you know how to do this?

    Do you know how to do this? Have you seen a schematic?

    After I remove the screen the only thing I see are the plugs for the screen. There are no visible screws or screws behind the plugs. Is this panel glued on?

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    The screws are hiding behind a "gasket" on the rim of the speaker.

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    Found them, removed the speaker, and re-connected the loose wire.

    Thank you.

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    Hey, question for you - what kind of wire was it leading from the internal amp to the speaker ? Can you figure the guage, type of insulation (if any) ?

    (warning - I have an ulterior motive here.....)

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    I had a stock 505. I guess the guage was around 16, if I was told it was 18 I wouldnt be too surprised, but if I was told it was 14 I wouldnt be surprised either. in other words, it was nothing remarkably thick or thin.

    I modded mine with a defferent driver, polyfill, beefier plate amp, and of course.....12 guage wire :D
    Theater - Polk LSi15, LSiC, LSi9 speaks, DIY Sub (142.5L box, SVS plus driver, 500 Watt plate amp)...Outlaw 990 pre/pro, Carver TFM45, 2 X Outlaw M200 . Rotel RB980 . PS3, Monster 3600 power center

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    Ok, so, we'll say run of the mill 16 guage wire. Mmhm, mmhm.... Thank you.

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