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Right speaker dead

My right speaker is dead!!

only works sometimes when the music is loud, but as soon as i turn the music down dies again. i've tried unplugged and plugged again, but nothing. the cable is fine, but i think is must be the hub or something. how can i fix it?????. Thanx

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Re: right speaker dead

Good Morning Kev09
you have to replace the speaker , or the inside speaker see if something is loose, or cable inside, the welding.
for the other, just change the plug that connect the speaker.
good Luck

Posted on Nov 28, 2007

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