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I have a 15inch kicker cvr sound comes out great but when the bass hits it rattels is there any body that can fix it

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You can fix it, there is a pretty easy fix with speaker until you can buy a new one. Take some old news paper and some glue and glue the seems with the newspaper. you will want to use roughly about 6 strips per section that is broken, make sure that you are using super glue and everything is correctly glued

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