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INFINITY BU 80 SUBWOOFER

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I HAVE A SUBWOOFER THAT WHEN PLUGGED IN SOUNDS LIKE WHEN YOU WIRE A SPEAKER STAIGHT TO AN ELECTRIC SOURCE. I'VE TAKEN IT APART AND SEE NO SIGNS OF BURNING AND EVERYTHING SEEM INTACT. ANY SUGGESTIONS OR APPROXIMATE COST OF REPAIR.
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I have the part you are looking for if you still are in need of it. Sweet-sounds Mark

Posted on Mar 20, 2011

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