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-Everybody on this discussion says it didn't work, but in my case it’s worked perfectly through trial and error. I used double-sided tape which I bought at a one dollar shop near my house(I live in Japan). It is a little thicker than the original adhesive, but it is strong enough to glue on the enclosure. The only tip I can say is '''not to make a gap when you cut it and put on the speaker'''. A gap between adhesives cause distortion and cracking bass sound. Just glue it as original does. Here’s the picture how I put it on the speaker.
+In my case it’s worked perfectly through trial and error. I used double-sided tape which I bought at a one dollar shop near my house(I live in Japan). It is a little thicker than the original adhesive, but it is strong enough to glue on the enclosure. The only tip I can say is '''not to make a gap when you cut it and put on the speaker'''. A gap between adhesives cause distortion and cracking bass sound. Just glue it as original does. Here’s the picture how I put it on the speaker.
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Editado por: Takashi Miyazaki ,

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-Everybody on this discussion says it didn't work, but in my case it’s worked perfectly through trial and error. I used double-sided tape which I bought at a one dollar shop near my house(I live in Japan). It is a little thicker than the original adhesive, but it is strong enough to glue on the enclosure. The only tip I can say is '''not to make a gap when you cut it and put on the speaker'''. A gap between adhesives cause distortion and cracking bass sound. Just put it as original does. Here’s the picture how I put it on the speaker.
+Everybody on this discussion says it didn't work, but in my case it’s worked perfectly through trial and error. I used double-sided tape which I bought at a one dollar shop near my house(I live in Japan). It is a little thicker than the original adhesive, but it is strong enough to glue on the enclosure. The only tip I can say is '''not to make a gap when you cut it and put on the speaker'''. A gap between adhesives cause distortion and cracking bass sound. Just glue it as original does. Here’s the picture how I put it on the speaker.
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Editado por: Takashi Miyazaki ,

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-Everybody on this discussion says it didn't work, but in my case it’s worked perfectly through trial and error. I used double-sided tape which I bought at a one dollar shop near my house(I live in Japan). It is a little thicker than the original adhesive, but it is strong enough to glue on the enclosure. The only tip I can say is '''not to make a gap when you cut it and put on the speaker'''. Just put it as original does. Here’s the picture how I put it on the speaker.
+Everybody on this discussion says it didn't work, but in my case it’s worked perfectly through trial and error. I used double-sided tape which I bought at a one dollar shop near my house(I live in Japan). It is a little thicker than the original adhesive, but it is strong enough to glue on the enclosure. The only tip I can say is '''not to make a gap when you cut it and put on the speaker'''. A gap between adhesives cause distortion and cracking bass sound. Just put it as original does. Here’s the picture how I put it on the speaker.
[image|1725320]

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Editado por: Takashi Miyazaki ,

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-Everybody on this discussion says it didn't work, but in my case it’s worked perfectly through trial and error. I used double-sided tape which I bought at a one dollar shop near my house(I live in Japan). It is a little thicker than the original adhesive, but it is strong enough to glue them on the speaker enclosure. The only tip I can say is '''not to make a gap when you cut it and put on the speaker'''. Just put it as original does. Here’s the picture how I put it on the speaker.[image|1725320]
+Everybody on this discussion says it didn't work, but in my case it’s worked perfectly through trial and error. I used double-sided tape which I bought at a one dollar shop near my house(I live in Japan). It is a little thicker than the original adhesive, but it is strong enough to glue on the enclosure. The only tip I can say is '''not to make a gap when you cut it and put on the speaker'''. Just put it as original does. Here’s the picture how I put it on the speaker.
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Editado por: Takashi Miyazaki ,

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-Everybody on this discussion says it didn't work, but in my case it’s worked perfectly through trial and error. I used double-sided tape which I bought at a one dollar shop near my house(I live in Japan). It is a little thicker than the original adhesive, but it is strong enough to glue them on the speaker enclosure. The only tip I can say is '''not to make a gap when you cut it and put on the speaker'''. Just put it as original does. I’m really sorry that I didn’t take any photo of the process…. but this part of red roughly shows where I put double-sided tape.
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+Everybody on this discussion says it didn't work, but in my case it’s worked perfectly through trial and error. I used double-sided tape which I bought at a one dollar shop near my house(I live in Japan). It is a little thicker than the original adhesive, but it is strong enough to glue them on the speaker enclosure. The only tip I can say is '''not to make a gap when you cut it and put on the speaker'''. Just put it as original does. Here’s the picture how I put it on the speaker.[image|1725320]

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Editado por: Takashi Miyazaki ,

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-Everybody on this discussion says it didn't work, but in my case it worked perfectly through trial and error. I used double-sided tape which I bought at a one dollar shop near my house(I live in Japan). It is a little thicker than the original adhesive, but it is strong enough to glue them on the speaker enclosure. The only tip I can say is '''not to make a gap when you cut it and put on the speaker'''. Just put it as original does. I’m really sorry that I didn’t take any photo of the process…. but this part of red roughly shows where I put double-sided tape.
+Everybody on this discussion says it didn't work, but in my case it’s worked perfectly through trial and error. I used double-sided tape which I bought at a one dollar shop near my house(I live in Japan). It is a little thicker than the original adhesive, but it is strong enough to glue them on the speaker enclosure. The only tip I can say is '''not to make a gap when you cut it and put on the speaker'''. Just put it as original does. I’m really sorry that I didn’t take any photo of the process…. but this part of red roughly shows where I put double-sided tape.
[image|1725298]

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Editado por: Takashi Miyazaki ,

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-Everybody on this discussion say it didn't work, but in my case it worked perfectly through trial and error. I used double-sided tape which I bought at a one dollar shop near my house(I live in Japan). It is a little thicker than the original adhesive, but it is strong enough to glue them on the speaker enclosure. The only tip I can say is '''not to make a gap when you cut it and put on the speaker'''. Just put it as original does. I’m really sorry that I didn’t take any photo of the process…. but this part of red roughly shows where I put double-sided tape.
+Everybody on this discussion says it didn't work, but in my case it worked perfectly through trial and error. I used double-sided tape which I bought at a one dollar shop near my house(I live in Japan). It is a little thicker than the original adhesive, but it is strong enough to glue them on the speaker enclosure. The only tip I can say is '''not to make a gap when you cut it and put on the speaker'''. Just put it as original does. I’m really sorry that I didn’t take any photo of the process…. but this part of red roughly shows where I put double-sided tape.
[image|1725298]

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Mensagem original de: Takashi Miyazaki ,

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Everybody on this discussion say it didn't work, but in my case it worked perfectly through trial and error. I used double-sided tape which I bought at a one dollar shop near my house(I live in Japan). It is a little thicker than the original adhesive, but it is strong enough to glue them on the speaker enclosure. The only tip I can say is '''not to make a gap when you cut it and put on the speaker'''.  Just put it as original does. I’m really sorry that I didn’t take any photo of the process…. but this part of red roughly shows where I put double-sided tape.

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