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6 " powerd speaker like this on cheaper brand

Hi i need some help on what could be the problem with my speaker. when i turn it on the copper rounded coil gets very hot so quick ? is the problem on the power board or is it the copper coil ?? they have a 110 -230 switch on the back an i think that someone my have turned it on to 110 ? would do it if so what do i need to fix any help woul be great thank you for your time... mike

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