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  1. Flatgrass, I ended up getting it off. I made it out to be a bigger deal than it was. First remove the screws just under the horn housing. Then you have to remove the glue that is holding the tweeter in the housing.I used a pair of needle nose pliers and ripped it out in pieces. It will take a bit of muscle to get it out, but it will come. Once it's out of the housing, then unscrew the four screws on the back side of the tweeter. Once that's off, you're good to go and you'll have access to the diaphragm. It should just lift right out. Be careful not to bent the new diaphragm when putting it in. As far as glue goes to put the tweeter back in, I would guess liquid nails. If someone has a better suggestion, please advise.
  2. Hey guys, I'm in the middle of taking apart my RC7 tweeter. Can anyone advise on how to remove it from the housing? I want to replace the diaphragm inside. Thanks!
  3. Mark, The driver is blown. I'd like to either replace the whole thing or replace the diaphragm. You and I both know Klipsch doesn't carry an oem replacement. The speaker is almost 18 years old. That's why I was inquiring on a diaphragm from a 3rd party.
  4. Hey all, I'm reaching out to the Klipsch experts here about a suitable replacement tweeter/diaphram for my RC7 Center. I noticed a few diaphragm replacements on eBay for $25 and $35. Would those work? Has anyone had any experience with them? Any help would be appreciated
  5. Do you still have these available? I’m very interested in one
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