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RCA RS2652 speaker rumble...

I've had my stereo for a little less than a year now (unfortunately cannot remember if I sent in the warranty) and the right speaker has began to rumble and overly vibrate when the music kicks up a notch. I've found that pushing in the backing of the speaker fixes the problem, but I have no clue how to permanently solve the problem. I'm thankful for this forum.

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You can use wood glue and glue it back together thats what i did with mine and i havent had a problem since

Posted on Sep 23, 2007

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