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Old 05-11-2017, 09:47 AM   #1
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How to remove ceiling speakers

We just became the proud owners of a 2015 Whitehawk 20MRB and I'd like to change the speakers in the ceiling. The method of removal is not obvious to me. Any help out there?
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Sure hope it doesn't come to that!
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pictures would make this a lot easier to help with.

Remove speaker grill. find screws.
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Hope this helps. There are no screws visible. Apparently the cover pops off, but without knowing how much force or where to apply, I'm a little hesitant to start the process.
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Try rotating the while bezel and see if it turns. If that doesn't work try slipping a popsicle stick or a plastic trim removal tool between the ceiling and the bezel and see if it will unsnap, if that a no go then slip a paperclip in near the edge of the mesh and gently see if it will remove from the plastic bezel. There's only so many ways it can go on there, if you think about it.
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I used one of those paint can openers with the little bent flat end. Popped right off.
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Thx for help. I used a modified church key and the cover popped off. Two screws holding the speaker. Piece of cake.
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Thx for help. I used a modified church key and the cover popped off. Two screws holding the speaker. Piece of cake.
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My previous TT was an r-pod and the models were so similar that pictures weren't often necessary. Seen one you seen 'em all. There's a little more diversity in the Jayco line I'm discovering. Thanks for the help.
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My previous TT was an r-pod and the models were so similar that pictures weren't often necessary. Seen one you seen 'em all. There's a little more diversity in the Jayco line I'm discovering. Thanks for the help.
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