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Had this receiver for a while liao and having been clipping the speaker cables to the speaker posts behind.

 

Now trying to by proper banana plugs to terminate cables but find that the binding post's size is smaller than the std banana plugs.

 

Is there this kind of smaller-than-banana-plug connector?

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Hi , you are like me , got my yammy amp and found that the hole too small went back to the shop and look for smaller banana plug and realise that need to get any flat head (test pen/screw driver) to open it.

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help!!

 

Using pliers, flat head screw drivers, pen knife and the plastic centre plug just wun come out!!

It seems that that piece of plastic plug is moulded to the base plastic cover.

 

 

Anyone did this same thing before?? ??? ???

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help!!

 

Using pliers, flat head screw drivers, pen knife and the plastic centre plug just wun come out!!

It seems that that piece of plastic plug is moulded to the base plastic cover.

 

 

Anyone did this same thing before?? ??? ???

Hiya KS,

 

Actually I have posted a solution for  this sometime back which by the way I learned from here.

 

For your benefit, here it is again...

first get a small screw, one of those for wood with a sharp point , then screw this in about 1/2 to one turn, then use a plier to pull the screw head out, if you do it right,  the plastic piece will come out together with the screw. Then repeat with the others...

Viola virgin hole ready for your bananas

 

Regards.

Dirtrun

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Hiya KS,

 

Actually I have posted a solution for  this sometime back which by the way I learned from here.

 

For your benefit, here it is again...

first get a small screw, one of those for wood with a sharp point , then screw this in about 1/2 to one turn, then use a plier to pull the screw head out, if you do it right,  the plastic piece will come out together with the screw. Then repeat with the others...

Viola virgin hole ready for your bananas

 

Regards.

Dirtrun

 

When u said screw in 1/2-1 turn, u mean screwing into the clip itself or to the side of the plastic?

 

U have a pic to show me the back of the receive after this treatment?

 

Now im not sure if u guys mean removing just the round cap, or removing the whole unit of spring clip.

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synthesis' picture show the after treatment.

 

just the round caps

 

Even if i were able to take up the smaller round plastic, i dun think it will dun anywhere like those round binding posts

 

To start of with, the 430's clip is squarish.

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