seems like it would add more weight than the glue and slow transient response of the mylar
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the standard repair is the 3m spray adhesive. But really, sending it back to Magnepan is the cure. They will fix it like new, and I was shocked at how cheap it was to have them fix my 3.6's when I had that problem.
The shipping's not cheap, but they really don't charge any more than it costs, that's for sure.
Check the MUG group for planar sppeakers on audioasylum.com for instructons.
I have repaired my 3.5s on three occasions. Its not particularly difficult. If you need help you can email me by clicking on "gmorris" below.
I decided to repair the 3.5s myself because of the high cost of shipping to the Magnepan facotry.
You need a 3M spray glue (will provide details) and a special sealant that you need to order from Magnepan