Question about Dell HK395 Computer Speakers
I was moving my speakers around when they were switched on (but not plugged into any device) and the speakers seemed to blow. Now there's no power at all. Is this a power supply problem and is it something that I can replace myself (despite the warnings on the back of the subwoofer re electric shock if the back panel is removed)?
There is actually a fuse in the subwoofer
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
The sudden charge of electricity that happened when they were switched on suddenly without being plugged in to any device caused the speaker to blow. You will either have to get a new speaker installed or a whole new set of speakers. A speaker can not be repaired once it has blown but the electronics inside the box of the the whole speaker can be used. You just have to get a new speaker.
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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