With the advancement and development of technology, listening pleasure has improved with the pitch and bass of the sound. Not only that, along with it manufactures are constantly trying hard to make it more visually appealing even. In comes the water speaker.
You have to take care of the water speakers for the best performance and functionality. Just like all speakers, the output of these speakers depend on the how it is maintained, and since these speakers are more complex than its other traditional counterparts, you will need to know the right process for maintenance and care.
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You will need to refill the water dancing speakers regularly as these are prone to leak from the bottom water plug. Therefore, you have to fill it up again from here and if you do not know the right way to disassemble the speakers you will not be able to assemble it back again.
You have to replace the water plug by super glue as it is the simplest process and also facilitates quick and firm sealing of the hole. You will also need a clean workplace and require some basic tools and materials like a screw driver, super glue, and mineral water.
To start with remove the four screws from the back of the dancing water speakers and slide open the bottom piece of the water canister. When you face it bottoms up, you will see a hole, covered with a black plug, through which you have to pour the water in. Fasten the plug with the screwdriver and pour the water in only to an inch. This will prevent any leaking of water from the speakers due to excess pressure exerted by extra water poured inside the mp3 speakers.
When the water is filled up to one inch, you have to replace the black cover on the hole to shut it. To ensure that there is no leakage in the water speakers, you will have to use super glue on the side of the hole to close any gaps left.
Leave the system for some time so that the glue dries up. When the glue has dried up all you have to do is to slide back the speaker to the water canister as it was before. You just have to make sure that the glue and the hole are properly shut to prevent any loss of water. Replace the four screws, and your computer speakers are now ready to perform.