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I have a eclipse sub model# sw8102.4 in normal use the screws came out and the magnet rubbed against the coil and burned it off . what can i do for a manufacter defet

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Call them or your dealer for RMA# and get it warrantied. they do not allow internet sales however. if you purchased onine, they do not honor warranties.

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