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This typically means that your voice-coil is fried (shorted) and the driver needs to be replace. I'm too lazy to read the terms of use so I don't know if I'm allowed to recommend a source. If you choose to replace the driver yourself it is a simple task. After disconnecting the AC power just remove the screws holding the driver in the enclosure and disconnect the two wires. On a high quality unit the wires will be soldered and it is simplest to cut them as close to the driver as possible - this leaves you plenty of wire to work with when connecting the new one.

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