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-Hello, I have a similar problem. My left speaker is NOT noisy but the woofer doesn’t work. So I have a deep full sound coming from the right speaker (perfectly working) and just a thin twitter sound coming from the left speaker. So I decided to understand how I should do the job. I got a pair of speakers and reading this fantastic forum I got to the conclusion that I have to gently warm up the front of my speaker with a dryer and then pull the speaker off. My speaker is almost dead: the twitter sounds so tiny.. but nor the less is not noisy and overall not disturbing. I’m not sure if just ripping it off of being more gentle and trying to save it (have you ever seen the video of Mike Tyson umpacking a brand new Barbie doll?.
+Hello, I have a similar problem. My left speaker is NOT noisy but the woofer doesn’t work. So I have a deep full sound coming from the right speaker (perfectly working) and just a thin twitter sound coming from the left speaker. So I decided to understand how I should do the job. I got a pair of speakers and reading this fantastic forum I got to the conclusion that I have to gently warm up the front of my speaker with a dryer and then pull the speaker off. My speaker is almost dead: the twitter sounds so tiny.. but nor the less is not noisy and overall not disturbing. I’m not sure if just ripping it off of being more gentle and trying to save it (have you ever seen the video of Mike Tyson unpacking a brand new Barbie doll?).
-Let’s talk about the tape/glue/d-tape and so on. it’s the key to the succes as I read in multiple threads here on ifixit.. anyone can help me understand how to correcly apply it and what I have to buy on amazon? can you give me a product name that worked for you and I can rely on?
+Let’s talk about the tape/glue/d-tape and so on. it’s the key to success as I read in multiple threads here on ifixit.. anyone can help me understand how to correctly apply it and what I have to buy on amazon? can you give me a product name that worked for you and I can rely on?
-PS: I have seen various deassembling videos on YT and there are no holes in the metal body of the mac corrisponding to the speakers area. I haven’t opened my machine yet but they seem just cosmetic.
+PS: I have seen various disassembling videos on YT and there are no holes in the metal body of the mac corresponding to the speakers area. I haven’t opened my machine yet but they seem just cosmetic.
really many thanks to anyone here. all you helped me more than the rest of the worldwide. KUDOS

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-Hello, I have a similar problem. My left speaker is NOT noisy but the woofer doesn’t work. So I have a deep full sound coming from the right speaker (perfectly working) and just a thin twitter sound coming from the left speaker. So I decided to understand how I should do the job. I got a pair of speakers and reading this fantastic forum I got to the conclusion that I have to gently warm up the front of my speaker with a dryer and then pull the speaker off. My speaker is almost dead: the twitter sounds so thiny.. but nor the less is not noisy and overall not disturbing. I’m not sure if just ripping it off of being more gentle and trying to save it.
+Hello, I have a similar problem. My left speaker is NOT noisy but the woofer doesn’t work. So I have a deep full sound coming from the right speaker (perfectly working) and just a thin twitter sound coming from the left speaker. So I decided to understand how I should do the job. I got a pair of speakers and reading this fantastic forum I got to the conclusion that I have to gently warm up the front of my speaker with a dryer and then pull the speaker off. My speaker is almost dead: the twitter sounds so tiny.. but nor the less is not noisy and overall not disturbing. I’m not sure if just ripping it off of being more gentle and trying to save it (have you ever seen the video of Mike Tyson umpacking a brand new Barbie doll?”.
-Let’s talk about the tape/glue/d-tape and so on.. it’s the key to the succes as i read in multiple treads here on ifixit.. anyone can help me understanding how to correcly apply it and what I have to buy on amazon? can you give me a product name that worked for you and I can rely on?
+Let’s talk about the tape/glue/d-tape and so on. it’s the key to the succes as I read in multiple threads here on ifixit.. anyone can help me understand how to correcly apply it and what I have to buy on amazon? can you give me a product name that worked for you and I can rely on?
-PS: I have seen various deassembling videos on YT and there are no holes in the metal body of the mac corrisponding to the speakers area. I haven’t opened my machine yet but they seems just cosmetic..
+PS: I have seen various deassembling videos on YT and there are no holes in the metal body of the mac corrisponding to the speakers area. I haven’t opened my machine yet but they seem just cosmetic.
-really many thanks to anyone here. all you helped me more than the rest of the worlwide. KUDOS
+really many thanks to anyone here. all you helped me more than the rest of the worldwide. KUDOS

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Mensagem original de: Metal Sir ,

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Hello, I have a similar problem. My left speaker is NOT noisy but the woofer doesn’t work. So I have a deep full sound coming from the right speaker (perfectly working) and just a thin twitter sound coming from the left speaker. So I decided to understand how I should do the job. I got a pair of speakers and reading this fantastic forum I got to the conclusion that I have to gently warm up the front of my speaker with a dryer and then pull the speaker off. My speaker is almost dead: the twitter sounds so thiny.. but nor the less is not noisy and overall not disturbing. I’m not sure if just ripping it off of being more gentle and trying to save it.

Let’s talk about the tape/glue/d-tape and so on.. it’s the key to the succes as i read in multiple treads here on ifixit.. anyone can help me understanding how to correcly apply it and what I have to buy on amazon? can you give me a product name that worked for you and I can rely on?

PS: I have seen various deassembling videos on YT and there are no holes in the metal body of the mac corrisponding to the speakers area. I haven’t opened my machine yet but they seems just cosmetic..

really many thanks to anyone here. all you helped me more than the rest of the worlwide. KUDOS

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