Hi Shockme17, sorry for late response I have been away. Gently remove the frame holding the material speaker cover by pulling it off from the top (the material speaker cover is just a push fit on the main body of the amp/speaker). Don't use any implement, you may damage the cover. Once you have worked the cover off iy will expose 4 screws holding the unit together. Remove those & the unit splits into two parts. JeffuH
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Hello, I have other JBL speakers wich use 12Vdc power, with no polarity sign at the input. Most common is + at the middlepoint, and it is at mine. So you can trust on the 'normal situation'
Otherwise you can open the speaker and look good to the powerinput connector. Mostly you can see wich point is outside and inside. Follow the outside, this is leading to an condensator ( ELKO) this is marked at the minus. This can be just a ring at the minus, but in mine are 3 big minus signs.
If this is the situation, you are sure.
( otherwise you have to follow the middle wich is going to the minus of the elko. Than it is opposite, but I don't think so)
and don't forget, if you smell burning plastics and the flames are higher then 2 feet: shut of the electricity :-)
pry the speaker cover slowly using small screw driver on the side,,it has four locks giong thru..its position two at the top and two at the bottom..it is line w/ the volume control and headset..be careful not to break the speaker cover.then remove the four screws inside the hole where the speaker cover is position.remove also the rubber protector beneath the speaker or under the speaker..it has a lock beneath the rubber covering it..push the lock slowly, be careful not to break it.but even if you break it,it will do nothing..now insert finger in the hole and pull the face or pry w/ small screw driver and lift...
I know this is old but just incase anyone has the same problem. Its proabably the connection from back panel to the internal amp (Inside the sub enclosure). The ribbon cable has the + for the left speaker right at the edge with quite a bit of tension. Over time and with the vibrations from the sub this will bend/pull out slightly and needs to be pushed back on and some hot glue put around the connection to hold it in place.
Make sure that you got 12v 1.0 A adapter. Not .01 A. They have one at newegg.com atrix DVCPA1AA power adapter-12v 1.0 A. you should not need drivers for speakers. Make sure you got it pluged into right port if you got the adapter. Also make sure under control panel under sound that you got it setup for two speakers.