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    Altec Lansing MX5021

    I am being a bit blond and cant figure out how to remove the sheilds on the Altec Lansing MX5021 speakers and woffer. Any ideas?

    http://www.alteclansing.com/product_...MX5021_OOS.asp

    is these some sort or catch I have to push, I cant see anything in the manual.

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    like that

    seriously though i cant find anywhere that actually tells you... must be a real head slapper when you figure it out

    edit: balls the image died

    from the pic it looks like a plastic sleeve with the fabric on top of that, so bear it in mind when your figuring what to take off
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    Since there are no holes on the front of the naked speaker, I suppose you should try sliding the cover off, either up or down.

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    Sorry, I have no idea how ime ment to take these off, they dont slid off. I cant just pull it off because its tightly held on. They are my shiny new speakers.

    The shields are just a fabric mesh like tights over the speakers.

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