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  1. Thanks! Indeed, a repair estimate would likely be 200-250$. Dare I ask, what do you recommend? I like the SW10, but would like something one size down from that - my TV room was WAY bigger in 1994 than it is now.
  2. My SW10-II was new in 1994, and I'm the original owner. When I power it on, it makes a constant horrible, loud noise, like a T-Rex taking a dump, only louder and worse. It only just started doing this. I checked the cables, etc. They seem OK. And it worked OK all day, even after I did a Denon setup/calibration. And watched some TV and music. Then the next time I powered it on, it makes this roaring noise and I have to shut it off immediately. Indeed, I did move the speaker because I was setting up a new amp, and maybe the jiggling broke something loose that was "old"? I emailed a local "shop" with the symptoms, and he said: " your power supply is going out and the amp needs to be refurbished. " Anyone know about this kind of failure? Thanks -Dave
  3. LOL - I thought about "what if I make a screwdriver mistake" and was really careful. I thought there's no going back if I make a mistake - and I didn't make a mistake. BUT - I didn't think to lay the cabinet on it's back. Thanks - I will be sure to do that when the new speaker gets here. -Dave
  4. Thanks - I took the old speaker out to have a look-see: Yeah, with a new speaker, it's a piece of cake to install. I'll give Klipsch a call and order one up. -Dave
  5. I don't know why the lower woofer sounds grainy, rattley, distorted - I guess I need to replace it. I found this post: http://forums.klipsch.com/forums/t/100225.aspx Can anyone verify the correct speaker for this, and where to get it? Also, I assume installation is obvious (although I've never replace a speaker before) - just unscrew it from the cabinet, and unclip/reclip the wires (or solder) - TBD Thanks -Dave
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