How do you open up an Audio 2 DJ?
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    Default How do you open up an Audio 2 DJ?

    I need to do some maintenance work on it since there seems to be some sound issues, but there are no drills or anything to remove to open it.

    I am assuming the parts were "snapped" together. Is there a proper way of taking it apart?

    Thanks!

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    If there are no screws then carefully sliding a thin knife around the edges (insert it at an angle so it is almost parallel to the sides and slide it around the edge- one half will have a lip, so insert from the opposite side). That or use something like those little plastic tools to open ipod and iphone cases.

    I just use a small pocket knife for opening cases like that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Xonetacular View Post
    If there are no screws then carefully sliding a thin knife around the edges (insert it at an angle so it is almost parallel to the sides and slide it around the edge- one half will have a lip, so insert from the opposite side). That or use something like those little plastic tools to open ipod and iphone cases.
    Thanks for the prompt reply, ill try that out tomorrow!
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    Failing that, try removing the rubber feet.
    It's not uncommon for manufacturers to 'hide' screws there.
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    There are screws under the rubber feet.
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    hhhhmmmmm, if you can't figure out how to open it, doesn't sound like doing any maintenance would be a good idea...just sayin

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