I have something here that needs fixing ASAP
Apparently from sitting up in our attic here not being used (yes it was in it's original box however), it appears to have developed a leak in the left sub's chamber. You can hear it when you turn it up anywhere past volume 10, but if I push on the plexi-glass, it stops making a vibrating sound, and it sounds fine from there.
I tried tightening up the 6 screws around the plexiglass plate, underneath the front cosmetic plate (they're actually better designed than it looks from the picture, and produce some of the cleanest notes I've heard from a stereo of it's size). Anyways, that didn't fix things, and being they screw into plastic, I did not want to over tighten anything.
Just today I took the screws out and the plate literally just fell off the speaker (if I didn't explain before, the plexi-glass seals around the front, allowing you to see the sub, but it bounces the bass back up the tube and it comes out there, from the looks of it, it's a 3rd type bandpass box). It looks like JVC glued these things on with something hard and flaky like superglue or something similar.
So here I am now, and I'm wondering what I should use to glue it back on so it makes a TIGHT seal, I have a squeeze tube of this Clear silicone transparent adhesive sealant, would this be suitable? I found this tube after my father handed me a tube of caulking and I told him only a fool would use caulking on a sub, especially one of these pups.
Sorry for the long, long, long post as usual, but I like to try to explain everything up front so I can get a answer sooner without having to wait for replies to "what is that" or lack of specifications, whatever. There's some pictures to enjoy below, don't worry I'm not bugging you guys for nothing :P