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They use a couple of wall wart type transformers. You'll need to run power cable (armoured is best for outdoor use) and then install a couple of waterproof boxes large enough to house the mains cable power sockets and the transformers.
TBH, that's more trouble than it's worth for a pair of $90 speakers from the Sharper Image catalogue. These are more your temporary install on the pattio kind of deal.
firstly check your power cable by moving the wire in various directions while it is plugged in ac outlet and powered on, if it lit up the standby power LED then the prob lies on the power cable. If not, try opening the speaker system box itself (be sure to unplugged the power cable before opening the box), then visually check inside for the little cylindrical glass type tube(if the circuitry still uses this kind of fuse) if it is burnt-out. Hope this help pal...
If an appliance seems to be completely dead, you need to trace the power all the way from the socket outlet to the inside of the appliance. Check the obvious first and ensure the outlet is working by plugging another appliance into it. Open the plug and check the wires are screwed securely into the pin terminals. Often the cores in a cable will break due to metal fatigue at the point where they exit the plug or enter the appliance. Remove the plug and pull firmly on each cores of the cable. Often they will break and pull out of the cable if the copper is broken. After that it is a matter of opening the casing of the washer (turn off the power) and doing a continuity test for each core to ensure the wires aren't broken. Do a continuity test on the power switch also to ensure it is working.
Check that the power socket switch is on
Make sure your scanner's power cord is securely connected to the scanner and a working electrical outlet.
If your scanner is supplied with a power adapter, make sure
your scanner's AC adapter is securely connected to the scanner and a
working electrical outlet.
Make sure that the power outlet works. (If necessary, test it by plugging in another electrical device and turning it on.)
Check that the power switch is on at the mains socket. If this
is on, carefully check the power cable to ensure it is not damaged and
remove then reseat it before attempting to turn the scanner on again. If
your scanner has a power button, make sure that the button is depressed
so it is turned on. Also, make sure that your outlet works and is not
controlled by a wall switch or timer.
Power off the scanner at the mains socket. Unplug the power
cable from the socket, then remove and reseat the power cable from the
scanner's power cable port. Plug the scanner back in at the mains and
ensure the socket is switched on.
If your scanner has a power button, does the power button depress when pressed?
Press down firmly on the power button, if it is stiff and does not depress then there may be a problem with the button.
Connect the scanner directly to the mains - not via a surge protector or extension lead.
If your unit is connected via a surge protector or a power strip/extension lead, connect the unit directly to the mains socket.
Try another suitable power cable.
Check that other electronic devices connected to same power socket
have power and try another mains socket and another power cable if
necessary. Failing this try another suitable and known-working power
cable. Depending on your scanner, a standard "kettle lead" or "figure of
eight" power cable is used. If there is power to the scanner (indicated
by an illuminated Start light), when a different power cable is used, then the fault is with the original power cable.
If the unit does not power on after following the checks above,
contact Epson for support. If your scanner uses an AC adapter, then this
may need to be replaced. If your scanner is over 12 months old, you can
purchase a replacement AC adapter directly from Epson.
I had exactly the same problem. My unit worked fine until a loose power cable resulted in the receiver being turned on and off a couple of times in quick succession and then after this the a/c in light on the rear speaker was lit but the wireless link light would not come on (and the 'W' on the main unit flashed constantly). The solution for me was basically a reboot. This is what I did; - unplug the wireless receiver - unplug the main unit - remove the digital transceiver unit from its slot in the back of the main unit - plug the main unit back in and turn it on - the 'W' won't flash as the transceiver has been removed (not sure if you if it's necessary but I made sure it was producing sound to the front speakers) - unplug the main unit again - reinsert the digital transceiver - plug the main unit back in, turn it on and set it to produce output/sound (the 'W' will be flashing) - then plug the wireless receiver back in again ...presto the link is made, the 'W' stops flashing and the rear speakers work again.
Hope this elaborate reboot works as well for you as it did for me.
Have you tried plugging it into a wall socket? That's the first thing to try - if no response still you should leave it plugged in to a wall socket overnight. Sometimes they just need a large prod up the backside!
If it still won't respond try a soft reset (hold home and power buttons together for 15 seconds or so (do this while it's connected to power). If you still have no joy there are a few other courses of action but I suggest you try those first & let me know if you still have no response from it!
You might of fried the whole motherboard when it sparked. Check if there is a fuse. Bridge the gap, and it should turn on. If not PULL THE PLUG.its something else that went wrong.If you don't, it smells really bad. Ive learn't from experience...
We will start with a reset . Pull out the power cable from both ends.Let the cable stay isolated for 20 seconds . Then follow the steps below -
a. put the power cable to the wall socket first
b. press and hold the power and paper type button together and insert the power cable ...... do not release the buttons till all the light flash together - leave the buttons.
c. let the alignment continue if it does....
d. see if the printer is steady and perfect
******* If the printer does not turn on at all then try connecting to the different wall socket / connection....otherwise this printer needs servicing.
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Well, may be a lot things, from bad cable, welding inside , or bad resistor is burn. but check the cable, and if you can open the panel on inside speakers, try to figure out if the cable is not loose, or bad.