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Old 03-27-2011, 03:44 PM   #1
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Ceiling Stereo Speakers

Something strange has happened and we were wondering if any one else has experienced this. We have a 2003 41' DSO2. We are Winter Texans and were away from our coach for 2 weeks. Shortly after we returned, I noticed that the plastic covers that surround the metal grills on 5 of the 7 ceiling stereo speakers had developed cracks. The cracks are all on the corners. I have no idea what would have caused this. I have never taken one of these units out of the ceiling but have been quoted something like $140/pair to replace them!! Any thoughts or ideas would be appreciated.....Thanks......Rod

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Old 03-27-2011, 04:45 PM   #2
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Welcome rnchernos to irv2.
Shouldn't have to replace only the speaker grill here is a link to different mfg's.
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If you don't think they can be repaired/glued, just replace them. Simply find another speaker about the same size, cut out any excess material and install. No biggie.......
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