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  1. No, I just joined this forum and my only posts so far are in this thread. Since my speakers are in the 9000 range it looks like they could be fairly early, possibly ‘65-‘67. I understand that when the company was sold in ‘67 they added letters in front and changed the serial number format.
  2. Thank you for this detailed info, I will order some parts and try this. Do you think a high quality silicon for windows and such, for example GE silicone would work to seal the woofers? I’ve use this silicone on many things like my home’s sunroom glass panes, and have been blown away at how long it stays soft and leakproof even under direct sunlight, rain and weather...for years.
  3. wow, thank you for this info. So it sounds like it’s possible that my speakers could sound even better than they do now if I do this, but it will at least make them last longer, is that right? I have not worked on anything like this before, but would I need to take the speakers out of the front to do this, or does the back panel come off? Honestly, I don’t even know how to take the front screens off which are in near perfect condition and I’m afraid to mess them up somehow. I assume I will need a soldering iron, is that correct?
  4. Do you know where I could get the parts, and would they be original to the speakers? Also, they sound great, and my motto is if it ain’t broke don’t fix it. Is there a way to tell if the current capacitors have issues?
  5. I’m trying to figure out the manufacture year of these KLH speakers I purchased, which are in excellent condition: https://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/ele/d/el-verano-klh-speakers-vintage-model-17/7187257749.html The serial numbers are 0096xx
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