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  1. 8 hours ago, Gusss said:

    So…. I am probably confused…

    whats better?

     

    Rf3 ii    (2001)  

    R-28F   (2014)

     

    Not a question of better but the 3s are decent if in good condition including drivers. Both made typically for HT yet music too of course.

    Welcome @Gusss

  2. 11 minutes ago, MisterT said:

    OKay, I will take a look. It's been serviced before. I think the belts may be okay, but I will open it up and find out.

    Sometimes you find a belt off of its drive motor. If belt looks okay, turn back on to see dc motor is actually turning. May be wiring connection not making contact. If burnt smelling inside, try to determine if motor or burnt belt smell.

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  3. 1 minute ago, Dave1291 said:

    Probably worth doing even if it's not the problem.  It's just finding the original or a quality replacement.

    Likely a drivebelt broken over that length of time. If comfortable would pull cover to verify unplugged. ToReplace from a belt kit. A hair tie or better replacement found at local Ace.

    Clean any belt residue and  make certain belt not too loose or tight.

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  4. 2 hours ago, billybob said:

    @wuzzzer... makes me wonder why now, just after oil change. Are you going to have a problem getting Jeep to the repair dealership with an oil leak, without damaging engine.

     Ran into a problem with a transmission cooler which usually resides in radiator on my Volvo. Placed cooler outside near in front of engine fan for cooling.

    Yes, rentals crazy higher. 

    And some basic tools, water, flashlight, and tranny fluid.

    Have a great trip... @wuzzzer

     

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  5. 1 hour ago, billybob said:

    @wuzzzer... makes me wonder why now, just after oil change. Are you going to have a problem getting Jeep to the repair dealership with an oil leak, without damaging engine.

     Ran into a problem with a transmission cooler which usually resides in radiator on my Volvo. Placed cooler outside near in front of engine fan for cooling.

    Yes, rentals crazy higher. 

    Without comment, some information:

     

    https://www.jeepcherokeeclub.com/threads/did-the-dealership-break-my-oil-cooler-should-i-pay-for-it.239184/

  6. @wuzzzer... makes me wonder why now, just after oil change. Are you going to have a problem getting Jeep to the repair dealership with an oil leak, without damaging engine.

     Ran into a problem with a transmission cooler which usually resides in radiator on my Volvo. Placed cooler outside near in front of engine fan for cooling.

    Yes, rentals crazy higher. 

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  7. I have a fairly good imagination.

    Which do think you have by the choices you are making.

    Thanks for a little more information. Without knowing more, can only go with your suggestions. Feel you are on the correct path. The door is still open for others here more familiar with those products to weigh in, and get specific. Hoping whoever at Klipsch you are wanting to hear from does not delay.

    For other opportunities, there is this forum to answer/deliver a response, apart from Klipsch proper. Good fortune @ArtPeers

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