#1
Hey yall I need your help !!!!

I am changing the speaker in my Blues Jr and I don't know where these 2 cables go !!
Help ??!

Last edited by alans056 at Aug 11, 2011,
#2
Errrr...

You shoulda labelled them before you removed the speaker and then just slot them back on the new speakers.

You got another cab you can open up and check?
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#3
No this is the only amp I have...

One of the cables has a red paint spot on it, relevant?
#4
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No this is the only amp I have...

One of the cables has a red paint spot on it, relevant?

Probably the positive end.
#6
Maybe drop an email to Fender? Download the manual / tech sheet?
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#7
Ugh, yeah I don't suppose I'll hear from Fender soon enough. I asked billmaudio but its "awaiting moderation".

Should I just go for + on the red thing ?
#8
Honestly I have limited experience with speakers so I'll rather advise you not to, before you low something up.
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#10
Plug the red onto the + and the other on the -. Have a guitar plugged in and the volume just loud enough to hear, turn on the amplifier and see if the guitar makes sound. If it doesn't, turn the amplifier off immediately and then switch the wires. You will not cause damage to your amplifier if it has no load for just a few seconds, but make sure if it doesn't work to turn it off quickly.