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Repairing Linear cracks in Polypropoline Woofers??

Hello

Usually for small linear tears on paper cones we use water base glue and a few layer of paper on the rear of the driver. For Polypropoline (PP) drivers which almost nothing really adheres to it would seem unreasonable reconing or replacing the driver for this. This would be for Yamaha white cone studio monitors which often get small radial linear tears. I would imagine a small thin strip of plastic glued from the back with the proper adhesive would do the job. Vaguely remember one adhesive would stick to PP but donĀ“t remember the name. Any suggestions on possible repair?


Rafaro


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Topic - Repairing Linear cracks in Polypropoline Woofers?? - Rafaro 09:31:57 06/14/17 (8)

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