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Speakers won't turn on

I plug the main cable into the wall socket and when i click the power button, it wont even turn on. Ive tried a couple different wall sockets but nothing works. What do you think i can do?

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  • banzyni Oct 03, 2008

    When tidying the cables I accidentally plugged the sub-woofer connector into the video card and powered the PC up. Noticed monitor wasn't working and realised my mistake so attached cables correctly.

    Since then the Logitech speakers will not power on.

    Is it possible that I've fried something my connecting the speakers to the video card?

  • djdorazio Oct 09, 2008

    My speakers just stopped playing when I was listening to them and now they won't turn on. Where is a fuse that I can replace?

  • Anonymous Dec 10, 2008

    i fixed it by removing the main bord, and bypassing the fuse located next to the blue wired with a piece of wire

  • problemed12 Dec 20, 2008

    mine wont turn on either, and replacing the fuse might be a little more helpful if I knew how to get at it. how do i do that?


  • Anonymous Dec 22, 2008

    Yep, my friend had that same problem. His x-530 speakers stopped working (I think it's a fuse problem) and we tried them on a few different computers to make sure it was the speakers and not the sound card.





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Have you checked the fuse in your plug. If the fuse has blown it won't work in any wall socket. Change the fuse for a new one anyway, then try again.

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