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Default Which glue to use to re-gluea heat sink in place?

So the heatsink in my HCCA came unglued and tore through my dust cap. My question is, what type of glue should I use to glue the heat sink back in with?
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Not my video, but it pretty much sums up what happened to me. Plus it shows what I'm talking about..

Blowned ORION HCCA R.I.P. no more bass - YouTube
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So the heatsink in my HCCA came unglued and tore through my dust cap. My question is, what type of glue should I use to glue the heat sink back in with?

Subs dont have heatsinks. You must have a problem either with the spider or the cone. Pics may be helpful but not needed. Call a local audio repair shop if there is one in your area and they will be able to sell you the proper glue.
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Subs dont have heatsinks. You must have a problem either with the spider or the cone. Pics may be helpful but not needed. Call a local audio repair shop if there is one in your area and they will be able to sell you the proper glue.
I wasn't sure what it was, but after research that's what everyone said it was... So that's what I go with.
It's a metal piece just under the dust cap on the HCCA. The video I posted up there shows what I'm talking about.

Spider and cone are all fine...
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Not my video, but it pretty much sums up what happened to me. Plus it shows what I'm talking about..

Blowned ORION HCCA R.I.P. no more bass - YouTube

Did you have that metal piece come off as well?? And that is what you are refering to the heatsink?
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Did you have that metal piece come off as well?? And that is what you are refering to the heatsink?
Yeah, like I said, it's exactly what happened to mine. Heatsink is what I found most people calling it. I dunno what the hell it's called Eitherway, it sucks
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Ok, after watching the video again and getting a better look at the metal piece. It just gets glued to the top of the magnet its called a spacer but i looked it up too and the site called it a heatsink too. Like i said before just call down to a local audio repair shop and tell them you need some glue to reglue a spacer to the magnet and they can give you the right glue.
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Ok, after watching the video again and getting a better look at the metal piece. It just gets glued to the top of the magnet its called a spacer but i looked it up too and the site called it a heatsink too. Like i said before just call down to a local audio repair shop and tell them you need some glue to reglue a spacer to the magnet and they can give you the right glue.
Alright sounds good. Was just hoping that someone here knew what glue would be best. My local shop is kind of a joke, and I wont ever buy from them. lol

I don't see what it spaces though? It just sits in the center of the cone. But whatever, just want this sub fixed. Kinda feel like it was $200 down the drain...
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lol if your audio shop is a joke then they wont have any idea whats up and or what glue to use. i've both fixed and rigged plenty of speakers before and shit i wouldn't know whats best to use. id assume CA but who knows.
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