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Center speaker and sub stopped working

No sound from center speaker or sub, sub was popping ocasionally, then stopped working...

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If the sub was popping that either means the sub is getting to much power and blown that normaly happens when they pop, for the center speaker could check the wires maybe it came undone that could be a possibilty

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