Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Stereo speakers can certainly be durable and can withstand years of use
before needing to be replaced. Finding a tear in the foam of your
speakers, however, can be devastating as fully replacing your speakers
can be extremely expensive. Thankfully, you should be able to repair
tears in the foam of your speakers on your own with some care and time.
Knowing how to do this can save you plenty of money and the aggravation
of trying to replace whole speaker sets.
Repair Small Tears
When you remove the cone from the speaker, take note of how the wires hook up so that you can properly reinstall it later.
Read more: How to Fix a Tear in a Speaker Foam With Glue | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_5838838_fix-tear-speaker-foam-glue.html#ixzz0si0osI70
you can additionally refer to the following site which has a pictorial description of how to repair the foam edge.
Good luck with your Fix
Have a nice day
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
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