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Repair subwoofer the wire connecting the negative jack to the voice coil is missing and where it e.nters te ciol is a little melted. i was wondering if the experts can tell me how to fix it (as a little project/hobby) and if i can.

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    the inner wires are burn on a 2000 watts subwoofer how do change them i can get the speaker open

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