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    Broke the connector...

    I got a little problem with one of my polk audios 6x9s....My friend was loading his stuff into my trunk last week to go back to our college and accidently bent the negative connector on one of the speakers...I tried to straighten it out so I could reconnect the wires but when I straightened it out...it broke off. Im at college right now and dont have access to my soldering gun at home so I was wondering what are some temporary things that I can do to keep the negative wire from falling off the negative terminal since I cant slide the connectors on it as of now. Tape wont stick...and gravity hates me







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    Re: Broke the connector...

    Soldering guns are cheap. Sounds like it's time for a trip to Radio Shack. That's the only feasible way I can think of that wouldn't damage it further.



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    Re: Broke the connector...

    Or take it to an electronics repair shop and have them fix if for you.



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