Hey guys, I tried to do my due diligence and searched on this topic, couldn't find anything. I apologize if it is redundant. A few weeks ago i posted on here about my Ampeg 215 flashing a little light on the lower speaker. Thanks to you, I found out that when you pushing the tweeter too hard, that little light sucks off some excess energy. "Fantastic!" I thought to myself. "I just learned something, AND perhaps saved myself the pain and cost of speaker replacement." I went into the studio later that week, EQ'd out some top end and presence, and lo and behold, I have not heard from Mr. Flashing Tweeter Light since. Now, flash forward to last night. I went into the studio, turned everything on, and something just seemed... wrong. After some rote trouble shooting, I turned around, and it hit me. My lower speaker ain't pushin air. I took the grill off, and the cone seemed to be fine, but the speaker just doesn't work any more. Is this thing finished? Did I kill my speaker? Or is there a possibility that it's something simple like wiring shaken loose or something? Here are the gory details for those keeping score at home: Ric 4003---> pedal board including MXR M-80, Big Muff, MXR Octave, MXR EQ Pedal, Boss Chorus and Noise Gate---> GK 1001 RB-II---> Ampeg 215 I'm not gonna lie, I run a pretty damn hot sound. Makes Lemmy seem tame at times. And I knew that doing so could definitely damage my speakers, but I'm an all or nothing kinda dude. Anyway, any tips or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Also, if you think I might be better off with an 810 as opposed to a 215 (Bill Fitzmaurice I'm looking in your direction) please let me know.