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Are you resting the head on the floor while strimming and wearing out the bumpcap? Are you hitting it too hard on the floor when you want it to feed out.? Are you using the full harness or the strap harness when using it.? Either way it should be set the the correct length, so the strimmer is just off the floor, i like to have it so the front tilts down, that way it would keep the bumper off the floor. Either way thay should last way longer then 2 weeks so i put it down to opperator error.
It seems your speaker went bad from a bump or some water. You gotta get that part replaced. See if its covered under your warranty (water is not) small bumps are. Go to you local motorola service center and they should help you. If its not under warranty or there is no local service center in your area, check my profile and im sure we can help you out.