speaker/x-over rusting....

desi_daru
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k this is the deal, in my front doors the magnet of my 5 1/4 speakers are developing some rust (cause water from the window) and also my x-over is in there so there is some rust on the screw termianls. i have covered up the x-over terminals and sanded the rust off the magnet

so now that i let u know of my situation the real question is this anything to worry about and if so does an extended warrenty through a&b sound protect this or no? (im assuming no but jus checking)

if this is something to worry about should i jus throw the x-overs inside the car somewhere and then get a cover for teh 5 /14s

 
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