Whilst this is a photo copy, and some of the pages are a little askew, it was all readable and intact. A real bonus finding an old manual for a classic piece of kit that no other site had.
It was easy done, and I got exactly what I was looking for.
Text excerpt from page 4 (click to view)
Assembling the satellite speakers
Each speaker (except the center speaker) has been divided into three parts for shipment. Before using this speaker system, assemble it first by following the procedure below.
2 Join the leg to the stand.
â¢ Rotate either the leg or stand so that the mark on the leg and the mark on the stand are facing the same direction. â¢ Make sure to match the screw holes on the leg with those on the stand so that they are aligned correctly.
â¢ Prepare a Phillips screw driver. Before assemblingâ â¢ Take care not to drop the stand while assembling; otherwise, it may cause damage to the floor or injury. â¢ Ensure enough space for assembly and installation. â¢ Place a large, thick cloth on the floor where you assemble the speaker, so you can protect the floor and the speaker itself. â¢ Use the speaker only after assembly is fully and correctly done.
3 Fix the leg to the stand with three of the
supplied screwsâlong: M4 x 25 mm (M4 x 1 in.).
Attaching the leg and the stand
1 Remove the terminal cover from the leg.
First remove the screw on the terminal cover, then detach the cover by pulling it upward. â¢ You will need to use the removed screw in step 5 on page 4.
â¢ Do not tighten each screw completely as you put them in place. First put all screws in, then tighten them evenly and firmly.
It is recommended to place a cushion under the leg. â¢ You can tighten the screws easily by placing the leg horizontally.