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The wire inside the speaker cable is broken. You may be able to identify the exact point the wire is broken by bending the wire and unbending the wire. If you can locate the approximate location of the break, you could cut the broken section out then strip the wire, and reconnect. Best to solder if possible. Otherwise, you will probably need to replace the cable or buy a new speaker set.
Just anyway to gain access to open the box is ok there is no easy way really remove the screws (If) it has any or cut an access hole to reattach the wires just dont damage the speaker is all that needs to be watched for. Remember to rate my solution
First It might be possible that it may have come unplugged, if not maybe the wiring to the speaker needs fixed, I had a problem with mine cutting in and out and it needed to be re satured. I would say it is a problem with the driver but since the one works I would rule out that problem. Please let me know if this helps by rating me. Jeff from fixya
Just pry open the case of the defective speaker, buy a new cable with identical jack from any audio/electronics shop, cut one end and solder it to the speaker. All you will need for that are : screwdrivers, knife and a soldering iron; it's a 15 minute job.
yes, you can splice the cables and put on a new connector, goto radio shack with the old connector and im sure they will have one you can splice right onto it. ive done this many times with varios equipment "headphones speakers etc" it may take a couple of tries to get the wiring right but if its just one speaker there will most likely be just 2 wires, if you wire it up and it doesnt quite sound right, wire it the other way. speakers will work wired backwards but wont sound quit right so if it doesnt, rewire it and it should. good luck and i hope this helps!
I would disconnect the power before doing anything! then go to radio shack and buy a cable with the correct plug on it. Then i would cut off as much as possible of the old cable to the speaker, but leave enough room for splicing effectively. Then i would cut open the radio-shack cable and connect the wires of that cable to the remaining wires of the old cable still attached to the speaker. red is left, black is right, and the un-cased wire is negative. Try to figure out what is what on your old wire so that you can splice everything together accordingly.
I hope this is not too confusing!!