I thought I blew a fuse but after a little trouble shooting, I linked the silence to the blown sub. If I push lightly on the woofer I can get it to play for a second. A friend told me that it was likely a torn coil. I have had the sub installed for about 3 months now and I have not overpowered it. Why do you think this happened?
Yeah I had the same thing happen to a MBQuart QW130(5 1/4" driver). It would play for awhile then quit. I'd bump the cone and it would start up again. I don't know why it happened either. I mean I wasn't even playing it loud when it first quit. They're like 200 bucks to replace so I said the hell with it and carefully took it apart and I got lucky. The voice coil had broken right next to where the spider was glued on(at a lead) so I was able to get at just one strand and solder it up. I glued everything back together with some contact cement(all I had, lol) and its been working great for like 3 months and I've been pushin it pretty hard.
I don't know if your sub is under warranty, but if its not and you don't have a speaker repair shop nearby they look pretty interesting on the inside........
I bought it from Ebay for about 70$ shipped. I have contacted the seller to see the warranty will be valid through him. I am really unhappy with the sub only lasting a short time. I thought it sounded good while it was alive. If I cant get it covered under warranty I may switch to Kicker comp vr. I know its covered here alot, but what do you guys think about the kicker woofer. What about Polk subs? anyone like any of these subs?