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Thanks you.  Being a poor dirt farmer, I'll do the diaphragms....  I've been reading a lot of forums and the oil can is wet on the tweeter  2uF on the, network type B, crossover.  I think that the oil leak is the first thing I should fix....  :  )   Question: is there a preference replacement to this leaking can?  There are a lot of difference name brands.

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Thanks for all the info.  Regarding my 1981 (W) CW's ,  Can I get replacement cane grills? Originals are removable using Velcro, and they have a thin Masonite structure, but I need replacements...

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On 7/22/2018 at 6:06 PM, cyberquipment said:

You seem to be right.  I took this pic of the label on one of them. (My kids, when they were young scribbled on it...) Model CWO.   Serial   2(?)7W863/864.  Perhaps with the serial someone could tell the year...

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Thanks for all the info.  Regarding these 1981 (W) CW's ,  Can I get replacement cane grills? Originals are removable using Velcro, and they have a thin Masonite structure, but I need replacements...

 

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My Cornwall’s (1’s) serial #’s 18S001 & 18S002! Does anyone know the year of manufacture?

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