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    L300

    Hi folks,
    I'm a french JBL fan. First I apologize for my english,it's rather bad...
    I am a happy owner of a couple of L300 which make me happy since 1980.
    I'm looking for a spare part for them.
    This part is the little pin ( 4 on each enclosure's corner) who allows to maintain the front grille.
    This part has been broken.
    Harman France can't supply this part, do you know if this one is avalaible in United States or
    anywhere else on this planet ?
    Thanks for your help.

    Boomer.

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    I am looking for those as well.
    It's really all about music.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomer View Post
    Hi folks,
    I'm a french JBL fan. First I apologize for my english,it's rather bad...
    I am a happy owner of a couple of L300 which make me happy since 1980.
    I'm looking for a spare part for them.
    This part is the little pin ( 4 on each enclosure's corner) who allows to maintain the front grille.
    This part has been broken.
    Harman France can't supply this part, do you know if this one is avalaible in United States or
    anywhere else on this planet ?
    Thanks for your help.

    Boomer.
    can you post a picture ...I have many different JBL pegs
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    Quote Originally Posted by SEAWOLF97 View Post
    can you post a picture ...I have many different JBL pegs
    I don't have any pictures of them, but they are about 10mm in diameter and about the same depth (installed)with a little cut in front, makes them a little wider on the outside. Used on the 43xx in the 70's and 80's ... maybe before and after that to.
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    If it's what I'm thinking of... there are usually multiple Ebay advertisements for them...
    just not right at the moment.
    Ebayer "sign-shop" sells them for $3 USD each plus shipping. Black or white.

    -grumpy

    I've added a pic of used L100 pieces, FWIW.
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    dowel pins

    Quote Originally Posted by Rolf View Post
    I am looking for those as well.
    me the same......8 pcs for my 4333 clones

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    If it's what I'm thinking of... there are usually multiple Ebay advertisements for them...
    just not right at the moment.
    Ebayer "sign-shop" sells them for $3 USD each plus shipping. Black or white.

    -grumpy

    I've added a pic of used L100 pieces, FWIW.
    That is the ones ... prefer them in black. $3 each?
    It's really all about music.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rolf View Post
    That is the ones ... prefer them in black. $3 each?
    It is exactly the model which I seek, in black also.
    Regards.
    Boomer.

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    Does anybody have 8pcs for sale? I also need 4 of the fittings needed to attach the 4343 nameplates to the speaker fronts.
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    I have these extra
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    If Seawolf's pegs would work... there you go.

    Also could check Ebay "completed sales" and search for "JBL pegs".
    Perhaps you could email the seller if you are in a hurry.

    Sheesh... I should get a commission.

    Cheers, -grumpy

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    im guessin that white un's and a permanent marker = black un's

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    Quote Originally Posted by SEAWOLF97 View Post
    I have these extra
    Thanks ... but I need 8.

    I check e-bay.
    It's really all about music.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomer View Post
    Hi folks,
    I'm a french JBL fan. First I apologize for my english,it's rather bad...
    I am a happy owner of a couple of L300 which make me happy since 1980.
    I'm looking for a spare part for them.
    This part is the little pin ( 4 on each enclosure's corner) who allows to maintain the front grille.
    This part has been broken.
    Harman France can't supply this part, do you know if this one is avalaible in United States or
    anywhere else on this planet ?
    Thanks for your help.

    Boomer.
    Hi Boomer,

    I've got some from that guy on ebay :

    http://cgi.ebay.fr/JBL-Grill-Pegs-fo...QQcmdZViewItem

    They were perfect for my 4333A and I think for your L300.

    Be careful when removing the broken one : dril a hole in the middle of the grill peg, insert a screw in the hole and rotate while pulling. If you do it well you will not need to put glue in the hole for the new one.

    Pascal who lives near Grenoble - France
    Spirou38

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    Réparation cache d'enceinte

    Bonjour à tous,
    Une bonne adresse pour trouver ce que tu recherches :
    http://www.lautsprechershop.de/francais/index_hifi.htm

    Salutations
    Maurice

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