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12" kicker solo-baric subwoofer

One of the red wired on the bottom of the subwoofer is very loose. how or where can i replace this, and how easy is it to do myself. thanks someone please help

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I had the same issue...so I thought. The Red Wire connection was loose. It is threaded and can be tightened down ;)

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Here is the link to the technical support manual for the l7 http://www.kicker.com/06/tech-support/manuals/manuals/02SL7TechManualV2_0.pdf Page 17 and 18 show the wiring, if you can use a soldering iron then you should have no problem doing it yourself, but don't risk it unless you are sure. Hope this helps :)

Posted on Mar 16, 2007

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