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post #1 of 5 Old 01-11-2013, 10:50 AM - Thread Starter
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Hey all... first time poster. I have a pair of Jamo E600 surrounds and one of the binding posts snapped off. Called Jamo and they sent me new posts but they had no idea how to get to them. Anyone here know how to get these things apart? Seems to be a sealed unit, can't find a screw anywhere and I don't want to destroy the finish trying to pry the input cup out of the back.
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pictures please? I think that would help.

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I know it's bad when the manufacturer says "I'll send you the parts, good luck".
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Okay, that's the bookshelf version of my E660 tower speakers. I'll look at mine when I get home and see if there is a screw somewhere that you may have missed.

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I looked at my E660's and E680's and see no screws anywhere. Have no idea how you replace the binding post or the drivers for that matter. Some special Danish engineering there.

No wonder they said "good luck"!

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