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KLF glue problem, when was production fixed?

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Hello

At what serial numbers was the KLF hot glue/melamine delamination problem fixed?   or was it ever?

My SN are 3106982326      and I had to fix them, motor boards and back almost completely detached. I purchased them used 2 years ago knowing that they needed to be fixed.

 

There is a pair for sale with SN KLF20BS99190195 j  seller claims there is no problem... Just wanted to see if that is at all probable. 

 

Thanks

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On 11/28/2017 at 4:22 PM, efzauner said:

Hello

At what serial numbers was the KLF hot glue/melamine delamination problem fixed?   or was it ever?

My SN are 3106982326      and I had to fix them, motor boards and back almost completely detached. I purchased them used 2 years ago knowing that they needed to be fixed.

 

There is a pair for sale with SN KLF20BS99190195 j  seller claims there is no problem... Just wanted to see if that is at all probable. 

 

Thanks

I would like to know too. I have been watching KLF series for a while now but always hear of the glue problem. I just bought a KLF-C7 but have not received it yet. Was the glue problem series wide?

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Sorry, but the "hysterian" does not know the serial number when the problem was resolved.  I do not remember the C7 showing the problem. 

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My c7 had the problem. I don't know if the problem was ever resolved. There are two versions of the klf30, the first one had foam around the sides of the cabinet and what you would expect for glue. The second version had extra bracing, the foam was placed as chambers for the drivers, and they used about three times as much glue.

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