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No sound Do you have sound from the headphone outlet? YES If yes, then it could be a known problem on the model 5 where it will not switch on the sub.. I have a fix for this, just let me know. WOULD APPRECIATE HEARING FROM YOU REGARDING THE FIX. THANKS

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  • wallkill38 Oct 15, 2008

    Hi the problem is R428 open circuit, replace with 330 ohm resistor
    Dave



    Dave,



    Thanks for the prompt reply. Just to clarify, the problem would be with the model 5 music center and not with the subwoofer. Correct?




  • Kiwi jeff Nov 09, 2008

    I believe I have a similar issue. I never saw whether replacing R428 resolved the issue. Can someone please comment.



    If this did resolve the issue can someone please direct me to R428 on the appropriate board. I took a look but couldn't track it down.



    Thanks, Jeff

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Hi the problem is R428 open circuit, replace with 330 ohm resistor
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Yes
No
1
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YES - Go to Step 2
NO - Go to Diagnostic System Check - Lighting Systems in Lighting Systems.
2
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NO - Go to Step 3
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NO - Go to Step 4
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NO - Go to Step 7
6
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