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Todd

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Hi all. I just inherited a pair of ML speakers from my step dad. I went to hook them up to my late 80’s vintage Carver equipment and found that one speaker is not producing any bass. These are sequel 2 ML’s and I can’t wait to get them working. Finding some to look at it was not difficult, I just hope he can fix it. My stepdad said they were both working fine. I guess I’ll see.
 

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Todd welcome aboard, check all the connections on the non working woofer
 

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Wow, that's a nice pair, how did it go?

Welcome, Todd.
 

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Take a 9V battery with some wire and touch it on the woofer terminals and see if it moves. If not then pull the woofer and investigate further
 

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So it ended up being those jumpers on the speaker wire terminals on the back of the speaker. It had a film on it so I cleaned them up and it works now. But now I have a new problem with my amp.
 

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So it ended up being those jumpers on the speaker wire terminals on the back of the speaker. It had a film on it so I cleaned them up and it works now. But now I have a new problem with my amp.
Bummer!
 
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