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Subwoofer JVC TH-M606

The subwoofer cuts out when the system is turned on. System does not work as a result. What causes this? Is there a fuse?

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  • Randy Wells May 22, 2006

    The system doesn't power up. The subwoofer powers up and clicks off in a second or two. The subwoofer came with the JVC TH-M606 system. There are no add-ons.

  • ztmdad Nov 06, 2007

    IF THE VOLUME IS ABOVE 40 WHEN WATCHING A MOVIE OR LISTENING TO CD OR RADIO THE SUBWOOFER SHUTS OFF. THE MOVIE WILL CONTINUE PLAYING, BUT YOU HAVE NO VOLUME. I HAVE REWIRED SEVERAL TIME TO NO AVAIL. ONLY THING THAT WORKS IS TO HAVE THE VOLUME AT ABOUT 20 DURING NORMAL VIEWING, SO THAT WHEN A CLIMATIC SCENE COMES ON YOU CAN CONTINUE WATCHING MOVIE.

  • TarraSann Dec 29, 2007

    Mine does the same thing.. I have had it worked on 3 times only to be told it is the design. The connection in the back is bad and there is nothing that can be done for it?

  • Anonymous Mar 09, 2008

    The subwoofer clicks off a few seconds after being turned on. There is ** sound through the other speakers.

  • murrelet Jul 15, 2008

    I have the same problem. The unit has been in use for the last three years, nothing has changed as far as the wiring goes. In the last month the sub woofer unit started to just click off occasionally. Tonight the woofer would not turn on.
    Turn off system, turn on system, green woofer light turns on for a second or so then clicks and turns off, everything else remains on and seems to be working fine. Having no SW means NO sound, period.

  • jemshirl Jul 31, 2008

    The subwoofer suddenly stopped working. Other speakers fine. Seems might be a bad connection - how do I remove the side of the subwoofer on which the speaker's mounted? I remove the four hex bolts but it's still on tight and I don't want to force it.

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So how can i fix the fuse

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The subwoofer suddenly stopped working. Other speakers fine. Seems might be a bad connection - how do I remove the side of the subwoofer on which the speaker's mounted? I remove the four hex bolts but it's still on tight and I don't want to force it.

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What system are you using it with, how do you have it connected, when you say the system does not work as a result, does it mean that the system does not power up, or no sound?

Posted on May 19, 2006

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    Bill DeLisi May 23, 2006

    First, I would disconnect everything and start over. The easiest thing to do (my engineers and I have as well) is to make an error on the wiring. Also check the fuse, which is in the back of the system (underneath the housing, so you have to remove it) And check to see if there are any cuts or breaks in the cables. Let me know how it works.

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