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Repairing Apple Pro Speakers Loose Cone

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  1. Repairing Apple Pro Speakers Loose Cone, Repairing Apple Pro Speakers Loose Cone: stap 1, afbeelding 1 van 1
    • Using a small Philips screwdriver, gently unscrew the 3 screws sitting around the speaker (if yours have a grill, remove it, first.

  2. Repairing Apple Pro Speakers Loose Cone: stap 2, afbeelding 1 van 1
    • Gently pull the driver off. There's a black rubber gasket lying between the driver and the housing. Pay attention not to rip it.

  3. Repairing Apple Pro Speakers Loose Cone: stap 3, afbeelding 1 van 1
    • In order to make some room to work, it's necessary to pull some wire off. Pinch the wire inside the housing with two fingers and (again) gently pull it some 2-3 inches. It's not easy, but it will come out, little by little. A small amount of silicone spray in the metal ring, in the back of the housing (where the wire comes in) may help.

  4. Repairing Apple Pro Speakers Loose Cone: stap 4, afbeelding 1 van 1
    • Look for unglued sectors of the rubber ring around the metal frame.

  5. Repairing Apple Pro Speakers Loose Cone: stap 5, afbeelding 1 van 1
    • Use a small amount of contact glue. I used a thin wood stick as a tool. Follow the glue instructions. The picture shows a small piece of carton paper holding the rubber, while glue is applied.

  6. Repairing Apple Pro Speakers Loose Cone: stap 6, afbeelding 1 van 1
    • Sometimes, the cone also gets unglued from the rubber ring. The procedure is the same - use contact glue.


Put everything back together, following the steps in the reverse order: gently pull the wire in the back of the housing (allow some loose wire inside the housing, don't let it too tight), put the driver in it's place and put the screws back.

Be patient and allow the glue to get dry, according to the instructions.

Hope it sounds better, now! Mine does.

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how did you remove the front housing?

Marcos Caballero - Antwoord

Marcos, there's no "front housing". The whole thing is composed of two parts: the speaker and the polycarbonate housing. The speaker is attached to the housing via 3 screws (step 1 in this guide)

But maybe you're talking about a grille some of these speakers have, over the driver, that can be easily removed - just pull it out.

Hope this helps.

Martins Jr -

martins, the speaker is composed of 3 parts.

1- the acrylic ball;

2- the inner housing that moves out when you unscrew the silver cover at the back

3- the speaker which attaches to the inner housing

Jayme guimaraes e silva - Antwoord

Jayme, I haven't noticed that. Maybe it would make step 3 easier.

Thanks for the heads up!

Martins Jr - Antwoord

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