MBP Subwoofer Cone Rattled
I'm using Macbook Pro 13" Mid 2010.
My problem is that the subwoofer broke, producing buzzing sound, the sound produce vibrate the whole body of my macbook on certain frequency.
I had open up my backplate of my macbook and checked, the subwoofer cone, the sort of leather like had peeled off which causing the sound produced buzz and vibrating the whole body.
It's an old model and I'm don't wish to replace a new subwoofer and don't mind the lack of surround sound.
I'm not an expert so my question is that if I simply remove the cone of the subwoofer, disconnect the wire connecting cone, will it damage or cut off the circuit of the right speaker??? Is it right to do so.
OR any experts please suggest how to disconnect the subwoofer from producing weird and vibrating buzz sound without disconnecting the right speaker. Anyhow I just don't want to replace the whole right speaker component.
Thanks and need help.
Is this a good question?