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Old 09-05-2016, 07:10 PM   #1
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Hi all. I have a 5th wheel 27. HT. It have out side speakers two in the skirt. I broke one does anyone know the name or make of them. Thank you


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Best bet is to go buy a new set of speakers. They are not expensive and just about anything you buy will be better than the factory ones. The wires Jayco used are fine and will work with whatever you get. If you are not sure about size, take one with you and the store folks will help you get correct size.

To remove one, if you can see any screws visible take them out. If you can't see any screws use a small blade screwdriver or knife edge to pry the grill cover off from the edge. Then you should be able to see the screws that hold speaker in place. Once the speaker is loose, ease it out of the hole and remove wires (2 of them) from the back and be sure to note which is marked positive on the connector.

Any audio shop could do this swap in 10 minutes if you are afraid to try yourself. Any teen boy in the neighborhood with a car could prolly help you too.Really good sounding speakers can be bought as cheap as $50 a pair if you look around.

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Best bet is to go buy a new set of speakers. They are not expensive and just about anything you buy will be better than the factory ones. The wires Jayco used are fine and will work with whatever you get. If you are not sure about size, take one with you and the store folks will help you get correct size.

To remove one, if you can see any screws visible take them out. If you can't see any screws use a small blade screwdriver or knife edge to pry the grill cover off from the edge. Then you should be able to see the screws that hold speaker in place. Once the speaker is loose, ease it out of the hole and remove wires (2 of them) from the back and be sure to note which is marked positive on the connector.

Any audio shop could do this swap in 10 minutes if you are afraid to try yourself. Any teen boy in the neighborhood with a car could prolly help you too.Really good sounding speakers can be bought as cheap as $50 a pair if you look around.

GOOD LUCK!!

Thank you tomorrow job. Take care.



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Not a clue on the brand but as stated simply remove the screws holding it in and you can either take that to a local shop, be it Best Buy, local audio shop or even Walmart. You can also look it up online and get something from a audio shop like part express or one of numerous other retailers.
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