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Old 23rd October 2005, 03:08 AM   #1
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Default Replacing a diaphragm

I have a Celestion HF50 high frequency driver, and its diaphragm has failed. I have purchased a replacement diaphragm, but I cannot seem to separate the driver from the flair. I have removed the single visible screw from the unit (separating the black plastic bullet from the front of the flair), but I cannot seem to get the magnet lose from the flair. Does anyone know what step(s) I may be omitting?

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