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Stereo blew out

I turned mine up all the way and it made a crackling noise and then and started smoking and now only the main speaker works and not the subwoofer

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  • cmak2k4 Mar 26, 2009

    yeah i tried 2 replace the fuses because that is what i thought was the problem but every time i put new fuses as soon as i plug it back up they blow before i even hit the power button. so is this something i need to take to a professional to fix

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Ok los fusibles se queman porque hay algo en corto por lo regular son los amplificadores. pero si no sabes nada de electronica lo mejor es que lo lleves con un especialista.

sorry, i not speaking inglish

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Either the sub woofer is blown or the power amp will need replacment

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Ok...and your question is what? How do you fix it?
If that is so, I have no clue. I suggest buying a new Subwoofer...

Posted on Sep 18, 2008

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