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Old 07-06-2014, 03:38 PM - Thread Starter
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Need Help Removing Focal SIB Speakers

I'm a female trying to remove some Focal SIB speakers from the wall so that I can sell them. I removed 2 screws and it's still won't come off. I tried reading the manual for installing them and it was no help. When you install them, you use the hexagonal key (as shown in one of my pictures). However, I can't figure out how to use it to get the speakers removed from the wall. Any help that you can provided is greatly appreciated. Thanks!


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Use flat head to pry it out. Or deadblow hammer
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Use the proper size hexagonal key and uncrew untill it either stop or remove completly.
Than from the pic I think you will need to tilt the bottom part up and it should come off.
If these were install with new paint you might have to force it a little.

I have no experience with this type of mount.

Good luck


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Hi, not sure if you managed to remove the speakers, but I have the same set.

In the second photo, you can see the back of the allen wrench, which is stored in the speaker base. Pull it out and use it to remove the allen bolt in the center, it's like a standard screw. Once the bolt is out, simply pull the speaker straight off the base; this bolt is the only thing holding the speaker to the base.

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