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PSW 10 Not working

Have not used system for a few months , PSW will not come on , tried unplugging and then re connecting , still nothing. Has been plugged in ant set on auto since new , @ 2 years. Would appreciate any help. Thanks.

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  • irishrudd Jan 04, 2009

    I'm havin the same issue. My PSW 10 Sub Woofer has been set to Auto since I bought it. The power has gone out. I also tried plugging it into another outlet with no positive results.

  • Anonymous Jan 06, 2009

    Me, too. Same issues. Worked fine. All of a sudden, no power, regardless of the outlet.

    Any answers world?




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Your 2A 250v slow-blow fuse is blown, located under the back pannel. Mine just did the same thing. Problem is the problem with my PSW10 goes beyond the fuse. I have contacted Polk tech support to help me trouble shoot.

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