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Pete H

Broken RSW15 plug receptor

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I recently had the plastic receptacle on the rear of my RSW 15 break apart when I plugged the unit back in after moving it.  Does anyone know of a direct replacement for this part?  Tried to search the site but couldn't find anything relevant.  Thanks!

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It's unfixable Pete, just send it to me. :rolleyes:

 

 

Could you post a picture?

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Thanks Carl, I'm trying to find a 2 terminal so I don't have to replace the cord but that may not be available anymore.  Everything I'm finding from Volex seems to be all three terminal so I guess I'll just spend a few more bucks and order.  As always, thanks for the assistance.  Hope all is well.

 

Pete

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Just break the ground plug off if yours doesn't have one.  another option is to get a new IEC cord form monoprice.  They're about 5 or 6 dollars.

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Regular IEC cords are a dime-a-dozen. The jack with the screw ears can be found on Mouser.

After some searching, I managed to find some 3-foot IEC cords with a 90° connector on both ends. This allowed me to park my Reference sub close to the wall, where it also covers the outlet. :)

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I'm finally getting around to fixing this.  (Yes, it's been a long time and I haven't been on the forum but life has been overwhelming this year)  anyway.................pulled all the screws out of the rear driver (assuming I can access everything I need from there) and I've never pulled one of these RSW's apart...................are the drivers glued in?  I really don't want to pry this out and damage the cabinet, so any of you who have done this, can you offer any suggestions?

 

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Thanks!  looks like an adhesive gasket so I guess I will just try to pry gently until I can get it started.

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Should not need to remove driver to pull the input panel. I think all connections can be undone in the preamp board. The only one you may need to pull from the amp side is the line/neutral connections from the AC board.

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I thought that too, but the bottom third of the driver is over panel.

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