EasyWriter Posted January 25, 2019 Report Share Posted January 25, 2019 I am attempting to restore my college-era KLH17 speakers, largely relying on advice and wisdom from this web site. This project is pushing the boundaries of my knowledge, which is good but challenging. I'm sure it's my fault and not yours, but it's not going well. I replaced the three capacitors on the first speaker, and my tweeter is silent. The woofer works. The capacitors are from Dayton Audio and specs are visible in attached images. I left the leads at full length and used a metal clip for a heat sink between the capacitor and solder point. I think my solder joints were good. I covered the bare leads with heat-shrink tubing. I didn't remove the existing resistors, so their configuration is unchanged. I've drawn an amateurish diagram of my resulting wiring. I have a multimeter, but I'm new to it, too, and not sure what I should be testing. Thank you very much for your help. I'd come mow your lawn, if I could, to show my thanks. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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