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Ripped center part

Hi i just got a 12'' JbL sub from a friend. the problem i have is that the middle little circle piece had ripped from the main part of the cone in a triangle shape. It is still there but just flaps around when it is being used. is there a way i can glue it or do i have to take it to a shop, what can i do?

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    Jay Jul 02, 2009

    What would be best to use. I heard nail hardener, modeling glue, silicone and rubber cement.

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You can glue it as long as it is still fuctioning, of course let it dry completely before using it again.

Posted on Jul 02, 2009

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    Ronado Panaligan Jul 03, 2009

    whatever the material is use the one thats recomended for that material. It speakers once operating dont really excert a lot of load on that part. just make sure it is dried completely.

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