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Speaker Wires I droped my radio down the stairs. The caseing was cracked but the radio still works. So in the process of super glueing the caseing to gather I pulled the speaker wires out of the radio, so now i have a radio that works exept it has no speakers. So my question is does anyone know where to reatach the speaker wires to the radio? Thanks

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Hello,
The wires that feed the speaker are usually attached on the back of the conical part of the speaker. They are usually soldered on two terminals.
Hope it helps.

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