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    Can a CDM 88LE be repaired?

    Hey Guys,

    I made a NOOB move and had my CDM88's way off frequency while doing some adjustments and I heard an audible...'TICK' before my driver side Mid went out.
    Morel won't replace them, so I wanted to see if this is repairable before I jump into another pair of CDM 88's.

    Suggestions, References or even Free CDM88 Mids that you could be using as Paper Weights or Indoor Hockey Pucks are are Welcomed and Appreciated! :gr_grin:

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    "It Works Every Time!" Landau Karlissian's Avatar
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    I wouldn't get too excited, but provided it's constructed like the 54, it's an easy driver to take apart and look around in to see what's going on.

    Good luck.

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    CDM88 repair

    [QUOTE=Landau Karlissian;10280]I wouldn't get too excited, but provided it's constructed like the 54, it's an easy driver to take apart and look around in to see what's going on.

    Good luck!

    Thanks Landau! I'll get my tools out and have a look. They just seemed too delicate for prying hands...

    Bluenote

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    I have the same situation with one of my CDM-88LE. Did you manage to salvage yours?

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