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#1958 - 03/07/02 04:51 PM Ports
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I recently received my M60 speakers and 3 of the ports were not in all the way. I pulled them out to see the inside of the speakers and there was clear caulking attached to the cabinet material so I just pushed the ports back in place. Will I have a problem with them vibrating out or what should I do in regards to this problem????

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#1959 - 03/07/02 07:22 PM Re: Ports
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I would think that is not what Ian intended them to be constructed like. You could have vibration problems, especialy if you can removed them easily.

I would suggest you get the serial numbers and contact Axiom Customer Service. They would be in a better position to suggest the next steps.
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