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The wire leading from the negative and possative on the out side of the sub to the internal part of the sub under the plate had broken can this be fixed

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Yes.

Posted on Dec 03, 2014

  • Sam hall Dec 03, 2014

    But how as I don't want to cut the sub apart

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