Well, ive had my avatar for quite some time now, and this is the first time ive had any problems with it. A friend of mine was rehearsing with his band tonight, while using my rig, and after they had finished i pluged in and noticed one of the speakers was "flapping" a little bit. So i took a closer look and i noticed that the inner dome on the speaker had started to separate from the outer cone (pardon my not knowing the proper terms for the speaker parts). There are no rips, tears, holes or any other damage, it just appears as though the glue had come undone from about half of it. The cab is a 212 Delta (handles 1000 watts at 4 ohms), bought used off eBay, so i can forget about warranties. So far i think the cause of the problem was my friend simply cranking up the gain too far on my SWR750 (which was putting out a total of 450 watts, only running at 8 ohms) and pushing the preamp too hard (i had noticed the red clipping light was coming on quite a bit). Ill have to have a few words with him about using my amp after i take care of it... But right now i need to know: is it possible for me to repair it myself? It simply looks like it could easily be reglued back in place, everything is still intact... but do i have to use a special glue to prevent from damaging the paper cone? If not ill just find somewhere to have it sent in, but im a do-ityourselfer, and it doesnt look all that bad. Any input from one of you speaker wazards would be great. Peace.