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Dodgy speaker connection how to fix

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by WEIRDWOLF, Oct 14, 2004.

  1. WEIRDWOLF

    WEIRDWOLF
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    Hiya Guys

    Quite a while ago when I first got my Denon 3802 amp I was 'messing' with a speaker connection at the back (the ones that unscrew) and somehow the screwthread broke away from the whole it goes in at the back.

    Unfortunately now, the hole is 'shot' and the screw now lies loose and will not screw in at all. This has meant that it has a bad contact and sometimes results in the speaker going quiet and having to adjust it!! This is for the front left speaker so its a major irritant. I have banana plugs going in through the central hole so they aren't of concern.
    I've tried soldering it but its difficult to do as its such a small enclosed space and I've tried taking the top of the amp off to se it from the inside but there's no room to get in there.

    Anyone any good ideas???
     

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