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  1. Thanks for the replies. I think I'll make one more effort to resolve this and let you know the results.
  2. Thank you for the warm welcome. Is there a way to take the cover off without breaking in order to clean it better? I did spray cleaner through the holes as best I could. However, your insight has me thinking as they all make a dull thud sound as opposed to a sharp click when turned. Do I just push down on the cover to reseat it or gently squeeze with a pliers? Impatience got the best of me and unfortunately I resigned myself to live with it and sealed the speaker back up already. My plan was to keep a lookout for a crossover or parts for sale and eventually swap it out. Now I'm debating whether to open it up and give your suggestion a try. Best, Carmine
  3. Thanks, I searched through the forums and the web and came up empty. Externally everything looks correct according to the schematics I found. It must be an internal fault to the switch and probably more than I want to take on at this point for fear of making it worse. They sound good regardless but was hoping for fully functional in case I ever want to sell them. Best, Carmine
  4. I was afraid that might be the case. I put so much time into them I would hate for them to not be totally functional. Here is the pic. Switch in question is on the left.
  5. Greetings everyone. I re-capped a pair of KLH Model Five crossovers but on one of them the 7,000Hz attenuator switch cuts out in the High position and I get no sound. The Lo and middle settings are functional and everything else works just fine. I've checked the schematics and everything seems to be wired correctly. How can I troubleshoot this? Do the switches go bad? I tried cleaning it with contact cleaner to no avail. Also, for what it's worth, this switch looks different than the other three, like it is a replacement. It has an opaque plastic cover and the others are clear. I was unable to upload an image. Perhaps, it has failed before? One of the tweeters was not working when I got the speakers which I narrowed down to the crossover network but am not sure if it was this particular crossover, as I lost track. Any ideas or suggestions? Thanks, Carmine
  6. Hi, I'm setting up to refurbish a pair of KLH Model Fives and was perusing the threads.  It was mentioned that you sell the butyl sealant for the cones but the posts were quite old.  Do you still sell the sealant or should I just go with Aleene’s Tacky Glue as I have also seen mentioned?  Best regards - Carmine

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