It looks more like a carpenter problem, but who knows ...
I received a new speaker kit from pinball pro in order to replace the standard one.
The standard bass speaker in the cabinet is supported by a spacing wood block, that needs to be removed before you can put the new one. They state in their video it is pretty easy to remove this block
Yes, but first they have not considered that there is a built-in shaker in the LE, which prevents from removing the block like a MM Williams. Do I remove it or do I try another way ? Anyway, the block is firmly glued over the whole width, and stapled.
I obtain no result with a flat screw driver and I have no pry bar. Carefully with a wood chisel, I try to remove the block from the center hole. And this is the result. Cannot lift anything of the block, it is widely and strongly glued. I manage only to destroy it as this wood is a poor quality layered item.
Can anyone give some tip to remove this support block without damaging the box it self ? Got no answer yet from Pinball pro, hopefully they will react also.
Thanks in advance