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Old 06-21-2012, 01:38 AM
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Default new orion hcca 15 dust cap ripped off during excusion

hello ,

small serious question here , i love orion and always been a loyal follower and purchaser of their products , with that being said .


i purchased a set of orion hcca 15 subs in nov , just recently set them up

problem - dust cap ripped off of sub

have i called orion or md audio - yes they dont pick up

i am beyond pissed yes i could glue it back on but that is bs for what i paid , anyone have a solid contact for them?
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From what i have understood, their product quality has dropped drasticly.
The HCCA subs are not what they used to be. I say try get a refund and go with another company's line.
David
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Sorry to hear that.
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david ,

is this an easy fix for myself i still have been unable to contact them
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Did you purchase from an authorized dealer?
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Should be fairly simple.

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How to use ca glue!
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so pvc purple glue
elmers white glue
not trying to be an ass But superglue and rubber cement dry differently , if we were talking about a low grade subwoffer i wouldnt give a shit what i used .
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use amazing goop or e6000. Both will work if you don't have ca glue. You can buy them at menards. Or u can buy some ca glues at hobby lobby or similar stores. Or from fix my speaker
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so pvc purple glue
elmers white glue
not trying to be an ass But superglue and rubber cement dry differently , if we were talking about a low grade subwoffer i wouldnt give a shit what i used .

Use the CA glue that I put in the first link. Use the instructions below to apply and use the glue.
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Please Please Please dont use CA glue from a ****ing hobby store... The poor guy will be in the same boat hes in now in know time. Get some of Daves CA or rubber CA of fixmyspeaker.com product listng... and glue that bish up. David wont steer you wrong. Glueing a dustcap isnt surgery, you should be fine once its glued back
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