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CL-51 Braxial component

Just had body work done on right front door, and now my bass on the CL-51 seems to get static noise when turned up. Never had problem before. Could the taking out the speaker and putting back in have caused the problem? Could the bass be blown or possible grounding on the speaker? Tweeter sounds fine.

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Ok well do u have a amp hooked up on the speaker and if not u could have dust in there or it could be a blown voice coil in the woofer part it self best way to check is to take a cotton swab u use in ur ear andgo along the coil part the speaker u no the brownish looks like ornge wires sum thing like that and do it very gently swab around the coil let me no if that helps

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