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KLH Model 09 speakers

The plus (+) clip in back of the speaker broke off and therefore the plus wire cannot be held in place; therefor I do not get any sound through the speaker. How do I resolve this issue?

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Speaker terminal is present in radio shack if you have technical background you can replace it easy otherwise you pass it to service technician.

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