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You can use a vacuum to **** out or use a pin to puncture cone and push out slowly, your best option is something with suction to pull cone out.

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Stuck in protect mode. reset not fixing it

look for crosses/shorted speaker wires, particyularly, look for loose strands at the ends of the speaker cables to ensure that they are not crossed and shorting the amp out.

if the cables are fine, then check the speakers to see if they are blown. you should be able to gently push the cone of the woofer(s) (the biggest, bass speakers) in gently with your hand for about an inch, with no resistance, before it bottoms out. if there is any resistance while the cone is moving downward, like a scratching or a rubbing inside the speaker, then your vioce coils are fried, causing a short circuit and throwing off the "protect" light.

to test the tweeters (smaller, high frequency speakers) for damage to the voice coils, disconnect them completely from the rest of the speaker, and see if that doesnt cause "protect" to go off. you can also push in on tweeters, but they wont "give" as much as woofers, making it hard to tell if there is any resistance going on inside.

if the problem is not with the speaker wiring or the speakers themselves, then the amp is broken.

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I have 2 Kicker 6x9 450 wat speakers, what is the recomended type of amp.

If you plan to add more speakers to push 4 of the inside the car I would go with a good 4 channel amp at least 150watts RMS per channel. That should be plenty with put worrying about blowing the speakers.

Nov 10, 2010 | Car Audio & Video

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Which wire on the inside is the positive the

Why should it matter if you're talking about the two wires that go directly to the speaker?

Reversing them would only result in reversal of the 'phase' (speaker pushing out or pulling in on a corresponding signal from the amp) which isn't absolute anyway. Once you integrate a sub with your other speakers and the ROOM, you have to usually mess around with reversing the phase of one or more speakers either through a convenient switch on the sub itself or through reversing the polarity of the wire coming from the amp, so when a huge bass note pushes out of one speaker it isn't being cancelled by another speaker pulling back at the same time.

Go for it. Make a choice. They're both right.

Nov 20, 2009 | Yamaha SW118-IV 18" Subwoofer Speaker

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Bottom won't come back out after pushing in for connection .

sometimes when you push the cable in i have seen folks get the cable into to far and then the conduit part is inside the connector also and the button will not come back down, make sure you only have the striped part inside the hole. if that does not work you might have to take a jewelers flat screwdriver and pry it down a little, either one should work. if not then either take speaker back to factory if under warranty or remove speaker and change the button. try the first one then the next one them the two common ones. good luck and let me know.

Mar 03, 2009 | Sony Audio Players & Recorders

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Need to replace rear speakers in 1998 deville.... how is this done?

If it is the factory installed speakers.They are come out thru the inside.You need to remove the rear deck carpet...Easiest way is to remove both back seats first .
Remove the bottom seat first by pushing the seat towards the back of the car / then lift it up.
Then you will release the other seat by (using a socket set) to remove 2 nuts inside the trunk.then the seat will be release to simply lift out of the car. remove the top deck carpet .
The speakers are held in by 4 angled clips.
From inside the trunk, release the 4 angled clips,disconnect the speaker wires.Then push the speaker inside the car and your done. Hope this helps.

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How do you remove the side mirrors on a 1995 Dodge Stratus

Start by taking off the inside door panel. Screws are located:
Inside the door release handle under the small plastic panel
Inside the door recessed handle under the small plastic panel
Under the speaker grill you will find three screws
On the inside rim closest to the hinge.
I believe that is all the screws, but check again.
Then there is the plastic retainers. They go around the lower perimeter of the door panel. Use a flat head screw driver or panel removal tool. The panel will be held on by the window wipe, push up on the panel. The door release bar is removed by pushing the retainer to the side and pushing the bar out. Remove all the wire connectors from the panel (mirror, lock, speaker, window.) Panel is now off.

There is a wing panel held on by two screws. underneath there may or may not be body plugs. Remove Them. There are three nuts that hold on the mirror. I believe they are 8mm deep well. Push the wire through the membrane.

Reverse to replace.

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Hi Shockme17, sorry for late response I have been away. Gently remove the frame holding the material speaker cover by pulling it off from the top (the material speaker cover is just a push fit on the main body of the amp/speaker). Don't use any implement, you may damage the cover. Once you have worked the cover off iy will expose 4 screws holding the unit together. Remove those & the unit splits into two parts. JeffuH

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Speaking smoking

you most likely have too much power pushing the speaker.

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Kef Q Series iQ1 problem

You may have broken the cross over, which is fixable by an service agent, or you may have damaged the voice coil in the mid driver. you can check this by sofly pushing the main driver in, making sure that you done push the cone, if there is a lot of resistance then you have damaged the voice coil, and you will need to replace the driver.

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