I have a set of powered speakers (Klipsch XF-48), I was using these previously with a speaker level setting (speaker wire), I'm now switching to send the signal via RCA cables. On, one of the speakers I noticed the RCA plug was loose and coming off the speaker housing. In other words when plugged in, if I were to plug in the cable the entire RCA plug would come right along with it (I only moved it a 1 or 2 mm). Note, the RCA works fine, no noise or hum, I just need to secure it so it does not move, suggestions would be welcomed.
I've never had this happen and of course nothing lasts forever but I have no clue how to secure the plug to the speaker housing safely. Would I have to use super glue or solder or other? The other speaker is secure, I do not see any indication of soldering.
Thanks for reading, looking forward to your comments.
EDIT: Chatted with a Klipsch representative and they mentioned shipping out the speaker to an authorized technician. Honestly, I no longer have the original box (I would have kept it now but at the time I lived in a small apartment with no storage) and I don't think I have the patience to wait. I was told that I could unscrew the front faceplate and then secure the RCA plug which apparently is secured by a screw or a nut on the inside. Are any of you familiar with this?