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Old 15-01-2009, 16:35   #1
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Replacement Satellite Speaker for JBL Creature II


My dog managed to knock my left satellite speaker off the mantlepiece and it now isn't working properly, its extremely quiet and giving off distorted sound.

I opened the speaker to see if anything had been knocked loose but it all seems fine and i don't know anything else to try!

Can anyone either suggest some more things to try with the speaker or else point me in the direction of where i could buy a replacement satellite?

Have tried googling and also have emailed the manufacturers but haven't as yet had a response.

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Old 06-03-2015, 17:05   #2
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Answer to your problem


This works, but be careful not to damage cone. when pushing the magnet back. The issue with dropping these speakers is that the magnet gets pushed back up into the cone and it should be fully extended to the back of the plastic guard.
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