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    Tweeter housing clips broke, how to re-fit it!

    as titile said really the tweeter housing clips have snapped (not the white clips) the actual clips that the white clips go into so i cannot put them back on the standard way so how can i put it back on?
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    bit of bodgery plenty of super glue around the area, and then either white clips set in to glue or try to repiece the broken bits back

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    This has happened to one of mine. Have left it for now as the other two hold it ok. May be better to get one from a scrappie, can't see them charging more than a tenner for one.

    But if not, superglue should hold it ok as long as you don't remove them again

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    scrappy for replacement would be easiest option mate. shouldn't cost you more than £5-£6
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