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Damaged KEF speaker

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by CptBill, Dec 26, 2002.

  1. CptBill

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    Hello guys,
    I own a pair of KEF Q55 speakers. One of the speakers recently appeared to have a problem. The problem is on the dust cap of the speaker. I contacted KEF UK and the KEF local distributor and they suggested me to re-glue the dust cap with impact adhesive.

    A photo of the speaker can be seen here:

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    Is the "re-glue" solution the right one?
     
  2. Tejpal

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    Try the glue, if it doesnt have satifactory results, you might have to purchase a new driver of kef, which will cost alot of money.

    Is the dust cap damaged ?
     
  3. CptBill

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    No damage except the part that has "detached" (not sure if that's the right word).
     
  4. Tejpal

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    just curious how you managed to remove it, they are normal stuck on with strong glue....
     
  5. gringottsdirect

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    Personally, re-attach the speaker grille, forget about it.

    That particular dustcap design isn't a cone stiffener being soft, it's only of cosmetic significance.
     
  6. CptBill

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    I didn't remove it. One day i just saw it removed.
     

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