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Old 10-14-2016, 10:15 AM   #1
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Coachmen Cabinet mounted "House Speakers"

Good day folks, the DW and I upgraded from our tiny Gulfstream TT to a 2000 31' Coachmen Leprechaun. Anyone figured out the secret to getting into the factory Coachmen Cabinet mounted speakers over the couch? They need to be changed along with the door ones as they are all 16 years old and to be expected.

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A photo would help, but most speakers have a grill that just snaps on to protect the speaker and make it look pretty. Once the grill is off, the mounting screws are exposed.
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Resolved side panels are held in by pin nails easily pry out and viola speaker and wiring. New 6x8s on order for all locations!
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