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Speaker casing fallen apart for soundsticks 2

Have you found a solution to this? thanks mate.

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SOURCE: Magnet fell off one of the top speaker on my soundsticks

this just happened to me and i used two twisty ties for garbage bags to fix the problem.

thread them through the holes in the top speaker, the one that's loose. then simply pull it back into place. you'll hear a satisfying "click."

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