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Left speaker blown or melted?

I've had these speakers for a year now. Last night I had them at about 3/4 volume for over an hour, and noticed that the left speaker stopped working, and could smell burning. If i put the right speaker in either jack it works, no matter which jack i put the left speaker in, it does not. The speaker looks fine, but i imagine something inside gave out or melted? Any suggestions? Thanks

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    just looking for areplacement speaker. can't find any links or info

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This isn't usually in the satellite speakers. The amplifier is usually in the sub and these have a bad habbit of blowing/burning up. Return or replace. Pretty common in this model.

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