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How can replace the speaker the bass sound is broken


Dear Rob,
Really Thankful for the detailed description for the Speaker Repair.
It really helped me a lot. I have a unusual situation here with me. I have dissected the whole console and found the outer band of the speaker has just come off....have attached photos to make it clear. does the outer speaker cone will make a difference or i will have to replace the speakers itself.....when i checked pressing the speaker down and played the distortion had gone....but while playing without holding the distortion would come back....Hope you can help me in this situation....Thanks in Advance..... 714812a0-935e-4f95-922e-50c6ba281b9c.jpg 36e62701-6370-491a-a317-a11c69cc9525.jpg

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I can't remove the speaker


Remove the protecting grill in front. Check if the cone is still connected to the rubber band. If not, remove the screws around the speaker. Open the casing itself. Do not forget the screw in the middle of the battery compartment. Remove the bottom cover. Disconnect the 2 wires on the speaker and take out the speaker. It will come out with the plastic protection around it. Looking at the cone now, push up the Carton cone and keep it in place by putting some tissue paper or small cloth underneath. Clean the cone first. Use some rubber cement on the outer edges of the cone and press the rubber back on the cone. Let it dry for an hour and then remove the tissue / cloth, so the cone goes back to its normal position.You can use some extra rubber (those pre-glued strips that you would use to fix a bicycle tire) to make it extra strong. Remount everything back in place and voila....it works again!If your cone is not damaged, the casing most probably does not seal good anymore. Tighten all screws a little more and use plastic electrical tape all around to seal all joints. The bass is produced inside the casing itself and pushed out via a horn. If it is not closed off well, your bass sounds grumpy.

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My h2o mop won't steam. How do i fix it?


If your H2O mop will not steam:
1. Ensure you have followed the operating instructions.
2. Ensure you have followed the troubleshooting instructions.

If the unit fails to produce steam:
3. Switch off the power at the outlet.
4. Look at the water reservoir. Inside you will see a flexible tube with a cone on the end. Tilt the unit or give it a gentle shake to submerge the cone in water.
5. With the cone submerged, switch on the power supply and follow the normal instructions. The unit should produce steam as normal.

Note: Unless the cone is submerged in water, the unit will not steam.

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Bought the stereo 6 months ago, now the speakers won't work!!!! Please help!


Hi, when a speaker does not work, you might need to do some troubleshooting tips to know exactly where the problem is .

First you will need to test the speaker cone if it's working properly by using an AA battery and two wires to make sure the cone is working..

Connect one of the wires to the Positive side of the speaker, and the other on the Negative side, And after that use the battery to hear if the speaker cone will make a click sound.

If it doesn't make a click, that means the speaker cone is Bad, you will need to replace the speaker cone,
But if there is click from the speaker cone, that means the speaker is Ok, and you might need to trouble shoot your stereo to be sure if the sound IC chip is Ok in the stereo..

Hope it helped..

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What are power torque cones


Power torque cones are the cone like devices that are claimed to go in your exhaust pipes to prevent "reversion" in the exhaust system. What they really are, in my opinion, is something designed to take money out of your wallet. I've never seen a dynometer test that proves they do anything. Don't waste your money. If you want more power, buy a better exhaust system or a bigger bike.

Now, if you really want a road burner, you got the basic bike to start with. Order the 1200 cc cylinders and pistons, a set of Buell heads for the 1200, a set of Crane R4 cams, either an S&S super E or Screamin Eagle Mikuni carb, and set of Rhinehart pipes. Over a hundred Horsepower to the ground.


Good luck
Steve

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1993 harley davidson when u get around 3000 rpm i hear a rattle i think in the top end it is louder when i let off on the gas


What grade of gasoline are you running? I run only high octane fuel to prevent spark knock which is what you may be hearing.

On your Evolution engine, you have tappets, rocker arms, and pistons that could be source of your noise. However, most of these items will make a noise from idle RPM on up. At about 25 to 30 thousand miles, Evo engines have a nasty habit of losing tappet rollers. The make a very loud noise when they go bad. The roller locks up and usually destroys the camshaft as well.

Now there is one thing that could be making your noise at 3K and up. If you or someone else has put a set of "torque cones", "power cones", or "anti-reversion cones" in the exhaust pipes, these may be the source of your noise. You'll just have to try to narrow down the area that the noise is coming from.

Good Luck
steve

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well you can glue it. i have done it in the past. i used the gel super glue and it held up for about 3 yrs.

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you need a strong glue that remind flexable

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Subwoofer Speaker may need new cone


you cant get a new cone only a new speaker or you car repair it i used super glue on a crack in one of my old subs and it held well

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