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i just had to reply to this.

i tried hammering my dayton 7" to the point where the shield was looking mangled. i tried a rubber hammer all the way to a 48 oz sledge! nothing would break the glue.

so it tried twice to heat the driver with no success UNTIL!

I tried doing what he said exactly: heat for 30 seconds at a time full setting. i tried 8 minutes. and stuck it in the vice HARD.... it popped off easy as pie!


thanks to whoever suggested it. couldnt be happier.
 

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id also like to mention that i used a regular stove and the second one took almost 13 minutes to soften the glue.

it was much easier and safer on the speaker then hammering it. plus if you do it quick enough it helps in removing the bottom magnet too!
 
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