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Unfortunately no. Once the voice coil is blown, that's it. I know that kicker has some recone kits, but the speaker is not able to be broken down for repair. I think you can send them off to kicker for repair, but for the cost, you can almost buy a new one. Sorry, I know it's not what you wanted to hear. www.kicker.com
Does it smell funny?Smell around the top of the magnet and see if it smells like burnt plastic.If it does then the voice coils are burnt.Push down in the center of the sub if it dont move at all or has a grind the the voice coils are burnt up.Look at the lead going from the wire hook ups to the speaker cone are the intact?If not thats your problem.
Nope!! I burnt up my 12W6 from supposedly under powering it. Your going to have to pay for a new coil if under factory warranty. Other wise ..... spent good money on a paper weight. Sorry for your loss, I know that I was pissed. :-(
did you try on screwing one? maybe u cause a vacuum effect if you seal that box so well its a good thing .but check to see if they work oput of box 1st.if they are damage the try this spkr repair site. http://www.mwaspeakerparts.com/
Sorry to burst your bubble, but you CAN'T rebuild the coil, for a multitude of reasons. It's THEORRETICALLY possible, but pragmatically IMpossible. Trust me, I know. Yes, your speaker is glued together (with VERY strong glues. When you dismantle a speaker you have to replace many parts including the surround and spider...). With that said.... There ARE shops that can repair speakers (and, no, they generally don't handwind coils...), but they are far and few and pretty expensive. A base model sub like that would't be economical to repair. I don't know where you're at, but the only one I know of is "The Circuit Shop" in Grand Rapids, MI. feel free to google them and call for a quote.