I would join the hififwigwam which is major UK based audiophile forum. A subgroup on that site is the Linn Club. Lots of very experienced and helpful Linn owners there...
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Great old Linn Isobarics, need to be hard against the back wall, don't image well, but sound great.
Get in touch with these guys, they’ll sort you out, give them the serial nos. on the back of the speakers, when you talk to them. You can change out the tweeters, just note the polarity before disconnecting the wires
orenstein OPCareful using a vacuum suction on tweeters, it’s too brutal for tweeters, it works for bass driver dust caps but tweeters are very delicate, I’ve seen the ham-fisted suck the diaphragm/voice coil right out of the tweeter housing.
Use a pair of tweezers with a piece of good sticky tape or I’ve even seen warmed up sticky blu-tack work also, stick into the middle and gently work/pull it out the depression, but from your post they sound trashed.