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I need to look at my sub, too

Buzz's like it has worked its way loose.

Looks like a solid panel enclosure covering the sub.

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While the rear subwoofer does fail, it is often misdiagnosed because of a rattle in the vicinity.

Try removing the little fold away hooks near the subwoofer (philips screws) and see if your problem goes away.
If it is still there, loosen the panel and see if it goes away.
If it does not, more than likely the speaker has in fact failed.

Most subwoofer buzzes have been either the little fold away hook or the wire harness just behind the subwoofer.
Actual speaker failures are much more rare.

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