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Thread: easy speaker fix help

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    suprafreak6's Avatar Suprafreak6 is Back!
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    so i got new speakers off ebay, except dumb guy didnt tell me the sub had the middle thing that you can push in, inverted partially how can i make it pop back out
    i know something easy can be done...

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    i guess ican post some pictures sometime

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    You mean like this, right?
    1114183474QKp7XE.jpg

    I have a speaker that's like that and would also like to know how to pop it back out.

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    suprafreak6's Avatar Suprafreak6 is Back!
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    yeah like that that silver thing on mine is partially pushed in...cmon someones gotta know some kinda technique, i was gonna give a straw a really large suck in and give that a whirl

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    fixed my other problem still need help on that first problem thats up there
    Last edited by suprafreak6; 11-29-2006 at 12:37 AM.

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    tesco's Avatar woowoo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Global Jihad View Post
    i also have another problem, the dude has some of the speakerwire going from the rear right speaker stripped and i tried to fix em up and then put electrical tape over it but that didnt work how can i repatch this and make it work, theres plenty of wire to work with would i need to solder and then tape up?
    You could just strip the wires and wrap them together then tape. You don't have to solder.
    Just make sure they don't touch...you can use marettes if you want or other types of connectors if you have any.

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    haha so you saw that? or you can revive the dead YOU NECROMANCER! anyone else have an answer to mine and rossco's problem?

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    A depressed center doesn't prevent proper functioning so just leave it alone. But if you really want to try...

    If the center dome is cloth then use a pin.

    If it's metal then try sticking some strong tape (duct tape) and try to pull it out.

    Gum can work too. Stick it on and let it dry then pull.

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    interesting
    i guess i could give something a whirl

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    I used a bread tie on mine .I stripped the paper off and bent the end .insert and pull out.BADA-BING.Then a DOT of superglue to close the hole.Your voice coil is under there and its just better to keep it clean

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