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My subwoofer has a small crack and I was wondering if anyone had an idea on how to fix it, or do I have to buy another one? Please help me, I'm kind of broke to replace it with a new one. Thank you

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Duct tape pulleese, if the crack is small enough use a little clear nail polish this will effect a clear seal and no re-verberation.(duct tape will break loose after about 2 minutes). if the polish does not work a smattering of (gorilla glue) will do the trick.

Posted on Mar 19, 2007


If you can get to the back of the speaker cone you could try a little touch of duct tape over the back of the crack. Pretty strong stuff and if your lucky no one will ever know!

Posted on Mar 19, 2007


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