#1
So i need to get the back off my Peavey cab, but i think its sealed shut. glued or something. any way anyone can think to get it off without damaging anything? i mean... theres gotta be a way
#2
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Serious answer: aren't those things properly glued and fitted together so you can't take them apart?
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#3
hahaha,
yeah i guess they are... but the rattling that its making is awful. :/
#4
Have you removed the screws in the back?
Take a flat screw-driver and use it to pry the back up. Most cabs will stick a little, but a little prying and your in there
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Alright, thanks man. moment of truth! ...

No more annoying buzzing! thank you so much! haha
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Have you removed the screws in the back?
Take a flat screw-driver and use it to pry the back up. Most cabs will stick a little, but a little prying and your in there

+1

I seriously doubt it was glued unless someone did that aftermarket for some idiotic reason. Take the Jack Plate off and do the 'reverse punch'. That, along with a flat head screw driver in alternating places in the crack (edges) should do it. You may scuff the tolex doing this so be careful. You may also try taking the handles out so you can poke around that way - see what is rattling.
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#7
it was the back of the cab vibrating up against the brace in the middle of the amp. I just put a piece of like Rubber/Foam weatherseal on it and it worked fine