Problem Diagnosed. AnyOne ever had this issue? Quick Fix?
So.. I had gotten tired of not having any low end impact. I starting eliminating possible gremlins. Checked remote wire, rca'*, speaker wires, So once again i pulled the sub out of the box. The magnent and basket were wet with condensation (i really need to fix this wheel well hole!)
So i brought it inside and put the girlfriends hair drier up to the pole vent to drier up any residule moisture. I used the "Turbo Cool" button so not to heat up the coil. Then I tested each coil independantly. Hooked up coil one "Perfecto"..... Coil Two "Problem Found!" wouldnt work. UNTIL I touch the negitive tensil lead. then it starts playing. I guess the tinsel lead is loose internally. Its touchy. Once i get it working it will work for a while until the bass moves the tinsel lead just right then, no worky. So how can i keep the tensil lead taught, but flexible.
I havent decided if im selling it or keeping it. Either way I need it fixed. I was thinking about pulling it taught and adding a drop of wood glue or epoxy to the hole where the TL enters the bottom of the cone.
Has anyone ever had this happen? how did u combat it? easy fixs?
1992 Bonnie SE, freshly overhauled, 6000k HID'*, SensaTrac Struts, 32mm Tubular SSEI sway bar
Kenwood HU , JL 1000/1, 8W7'*, 15" CVX'*, 18" DC lvl4