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Re-glue Surround to Cone

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I just bought used Paradigm 11SE Mk2 and see at least one of the 8" speaker surrounds is unglued from the cone.
The cone is poly is I ordered glue for that purpose from Springfield Speaker, Pro-Grade Black Rubberized Speaker Glue Adhesive. permanent hexane-based Tacks in 5 minutes, fully-cured in 24 hours.

I am guessing - feedback please. The surrounds seem pliable and undamaged.

-Leave the speakers in the cabinet
-use a thin probe to separate whatever surround easily separates
-apply 1/16" bead around the inside of the surround
-apply circular motion for 5minutes on the surround compressing it to the cone.
-leave alone for 24 hours.


for the other three 8" speakers that appear to have some light curling of the surround from the cone, not sure.
post #2 of 2
Thread Starter 
The answer is put a 1/16 bead around the cone/surround joints for the speakers that have not failed yet but which have seams cupping. use the hexane based rubber glue for poly speakers from
http://www.springfieldspeakerrepair.com/
the smallest 2oz should be sufficient.

For the speaker with 50% separation you will need to ensure the voice coil has not shifted since the cone attachment to the surround is affected.That may require removing the cap and shimming.
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