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Speaker was broken

How can I get replacement speakerd or is there any equivalent or better speaker for this system?  It is 5 ohm original speaker system.

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Partsexpress.com has lots of replacement speakers including polypropylene woofers.

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You say that the fault lies in the sub-woofer speaker....

You will need to remove the back panel of the speaker box and make a visual examinatiojh of the contents there just may be an overload fuse there that you can replace your self...there may be a broken wire if the Sub-Woofer has been dropped...

There may be a capacitor or choke that has come loose from its mounting and in falling broken a wire,,,but please have a good look to see whats gone wrong inside the sub-woofer cabinet.

If you like you could take the backs of both the right and left
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