I just received my Polk 4.6s today that I bought on ebay. The speakers are in overall good shape physically and for the most part sound wise. however, I recognized right away that my tweeter didn't appear to be working in one of the speakers. I checked the forums here and located a recommendation to pull and check the crossover. After a few minutes of work I located a dead spot on the crossover at a transistor? iI am not sure what it is called exactly but the numbers on it are as follows: 13.5mfd 5.0v np 85(degrees)C 812, it is black and has a wire coming out of the middle that is soldered to one area and then another solder underneath of the part itself (this is where the dead spot is.)
Now..would this part even be available? does Polk still fix these? Should I bother to take it somewhere local?
True novice here that only knows enough to figure out where to start.
Thanks in advance
Monitor 5s and now 4.6s