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wuzzzer last won the day on May 30 2021

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  1. What vehicle? I know in my Jeep if the fob battery dies you just press the Start/Stop button with the fob to start it. In some vehicles with a Start/Stop button if you pop the button out you can insert the fob and turn it to start the car.
  2. It was $38 to ship to NY. Mendon pays for half the return shipping cost. I have no involvement or interest in politics.
  3. Oh, and also whenever I buy older Klipsch that have the network board like that, I always loosen and tighten every screw on it. This will help create a better contact path and remove years of oxidation.
  4. I don't know if they offer the actual service of rebuilding but I ordered the capacitors for my Heresys from them and having never used a soldering iron before was able to replace the old oil cans really easily after watching a youtube video on basic soldering.
  5. In cycling related news: The fork on the Cannondale Prophet Lefty that I bought a while back was leaking oil. Unfortunately Cannondale has changed hands 2+ times since the bike was built and no longer services old Lefty forks. Fortunately there's a company in New York, Mendon Cyclesmiths, that services older Cannondale Lefty and HeadShok forks. I sent the fork off to them and it should be arriving today. I'm really looking forward to riding it as much as possible now that the weather is getting nicer. I didn't want to ride it too much with the fork leaking oil because these forks brand new are $1,000+ and I only paid $300 for the bike. Surprisingly, they only charge $85 for rebuiliding the fork!
  6. If I got them, here's what I'd do: -Remove all drivers and the networks -Blow out/wipe out as much dust as possible. -Give the top, front, sides a very light sanding -Repaint with whatever gloss or matte level black paint you choose -Contact JEM Performance Audio or forum member DeanG for network rebuilding options -Reinstall everything -Enjoy
  7. OP hasn’t been on the forum in a year.
  8. OP hasn’t been here since November 2022.
  9. Very reasonable even with the cosmetic condition. 👍
  10. Whenever getting multiple subs it's always best to get exactly the same ones. If you can't find another 115, I'd suggest selling it and buying two identical models.
  11. Very sorry for your loss. This thread will help decode all the info on the tag: https://community.klipsch.com/index.php?/topic/161759-klipsch-heritage-codes-moved-to-ask-the-historian-section-link-enclosed/ Generally speaking, vintage Cornwalls in very good or better condition usually sell for $1200-1500.
  12. They were beat-up LaScalas painted Smurf blue!
  13. Finally something has usurped the throne of the Smurf LaScalas!
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