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Unless the manufacturer offers a rebuild kit, a rebuilt sub will never be precisely the same as it was originally. The best option is to send them in for repair. If they are inexpensive, it may be less expensive to purchase new subs.

If you blew them once, it's likely that you'll blow them again so the replacements should be rated for higher power handling.

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