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Wire to cone connection

Is there anyway to repair the connection where the wire meets the cone?
Im pretty sure that is where the problem is. If i put pressure on that connection then it starts to work again. what can I do?

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Try using quick setting epoxy glue. just put pressure on the same spot while holding the epoxy with an old spoon lined with clear plastic wrap. after epoxy sets, remove the spoon and trim away the plastic film with a new razor blade. to be sure the connection is being made, turn sound on just so you can barely hear it before performing this so that the cone vibrations do not interfere with the setting epoxy.

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