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    Default Rip in the rubber surround of a mm6501

    What to do? No problems a low volume , just at louder volume it rattles. Is there a place where i can replace the mids like Parts express and what would i look for?
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    If it is not to bad you can take silicone caulk and kind of glaze both sides of the cut, dont over do it though
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    its about 2 in long. still not sure how it got there. might give that a try before replacing.
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    2 Inches... ouch, I would do super glue for a fast dry then lightly caulk to seal
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    Ok, thanks for the help
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    48.00 brand new replacement for club polk members through polk audio
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    oh, thats not bad at all. might just do that to solve the prob. Thanks guys

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    I think BAdchad is thinking of SDA woofers - the MM series most likely will not be that inexpensive
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    I thought I read on here before, that polk will only replace it if its on a subwoofer 10" of bigger.

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    No warranty here, did it myself somehow, . Prob will temp repair it and order a new one to replace it.
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