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    Need help with LE14C

    I was waxing the cabinets on the C53 Libra and accidently spray some wax on the cone. Is there anyway to remove this without making it worse? I ordered the foam kits from R.Cobb. These things are a MF to clean off the old foam. The white on the woofers were perfect until I sprayed a few drops of wax on them.Any help greatly appreciated. Thanks! Jim
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    wax spots

    Jim, I dont think there is any way to remove the wax spots, without damaging the cones. I have heard of people LIGHTLY painting cones on L100's with Bulleyes Primer to get back to the white color. Might be an option..:dont-know

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    Perhaps

    Q Tip and MEK or Ethyl Alcohol

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