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Some progress




Well it continues to pour rain here in Northern California. I decided to attack the cabinets. I got rid of the nasty grill cloth covered panels on the sides and front and decided to go with an open open baffle look. I will hand paint the sides and front with a satin water-based enamel.
I did a fix on the woofer by removing a section of the gasket, scrubbing the rust off and gluing the edge down, replacing the gasket section. Sounds fine, no rub, If needed, I will replace the entire surround later.
I have ordered two matching peerless tweeters.(oh, and I raplaced one of the banana jacks which was broken off.) The walnut veneer is in good shape.
"When the demon is at your door, in the mornin' it won't be there no more"
Steely Dan


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