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Hello, My CLSC-6C speakers make "scratching"

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Most likely it is a rubbing voice coil in either the midrange driver or the tweeter. The only way to repair is to replace the bad driver or tweeter with a new part. Contact CV for replacement parts costs. Replacing parts in most speakers is usually easy to do if you have rudimentary tools and skills. Most connections are made with "faston" slip on/off connectors so a soldering iron is usually not needed.

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