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First you have to carefully remove the center with razor knife careful not to cut into the cone.you can hot glue this back on when finished. doing this will expose the the two thin sound coils one is inside the other now carefully apply a thin layer of vasoline between the two that way there not touching each other directly. sometimes a piece of paper works to, but it gives a small vibration sound when finished. when done just glue the center back on

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