Question about Wharfedale Diamond 9.4 Main / Stereo Speaker
Of course you can replace them, if you can find the woofers at your area. Unscrew the 6 screws that are securing the woofer (I suggest to unscrew the top-middle screw at the end of all in order to keep the woofer in it's place). Pull the woofer out and disconnect the 2 wires, paying attention which collor is at which side of the woofer. Replace with the new one. Connect the 2 wires. Screw it up (first of all the top-middle screw) Never tighten to the end each screw, tight one after the other, little by little.
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Posted on May 29, 2010
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