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    Woofer damaged by Rat


    Rat enter into my woofer bass speaker and has stop working, is it possible to be repaired?

    Asked by Friday on 24th Sep 2020
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    WS Electrics

    "Once you have unplugged everything have a look and see if a wire has been chewed, or you can see any physical damage. Repair as required, if wire chewed it may require soldering. If you are not sure how to do this get someone to do the job, or take it to someone who can."

    Answered on 28th Sep 2020 - Member since Mar 2020 - report
    GoSmart Electrical

    "Yes. the speaker will only need 4 screws removing. Then you will need to rewire the speaker"

    Answered on 14th Oct 2020 - Member since Oct 2020 - report
    ENLOUBAR Property Services Ltd

    "Depends on the design of the speaker, it is not something an electrician does. An electrical engineer with the correct tools, glue and cone could do that no problem. Is it worth repairing, or couldn't you just replace it?"

    Answered on 30th Sep 2020 - Member since Apr 2019 - report

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