How to Fix Klipsch Speakers

by Joe Fletcher

Klipsch is a speaker manufacturer that offers a full line of home audio speakers, including an innovative pair of speaker/LED light bulbs called Light Speakers. Klipsch offers a five-year warranty on its home speakers, and a lifetime warranty on certain models, such as the in-wall, ceiling and outdoor speakers. When speakers break, contact the manufacturer to have them fixed. You'll just have to follow the appropriate steps in fixing your speakers.

1

Find the original receipt from your speaker purchase. Klipsch requires this receipt for warranty repairs.

2

Schedule a repair with your local Klipsch dealer. Whether your speakers are still covered under warranty or not, speak to your nearest authorized dealer about getting them repaired. Taking them in to a local dealer may be your easiest alternative.

3

Send your speakers directly to Klipsch. If you don't have a nearby retailer, or if said retailer doesn't perform repairs, send your speakers directly to Klipsch. Contact the company at 800-KLIPSCH to set up a repair before sending the speakers in.

4

Repackage the speakers in their original packaging or in something similar that offers the same level of protection. Include a copy of your receipt or proof of purchase.

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Contact Michigan-based Sybesma’s Electronics for out-of-warranty repair. If your Klipsch speakers are no longer under warranty, Klipsch cites this location as a repair partner. Contact DuraCrest Fabrics in Illinois for grille repair. Klipsch identifies this company as a repair partner for grilles. If your grille is ripped or damaged, contact DuraCrest to set up repair.

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About the Author

Joe Fletcher has been a writer since 2002, starting his career in politics and legislation. He has written travel and outdoor recreation articles for a variety of print and online publications, including "Rocky Mountain Magazine" and "Bomb Snow." He received a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Rutgers College.