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I have a subwoofer which does not play any sound until i push the surround in a litle bit,once pushed and held bass stars playing,then if you let it go bass stops.plz is there a way to fix this problem.

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You could go back into the wiring systems and by past the button,.then put a toggle switch there so u can keep it on when u want or toggle it off to turn off the system

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If the crackling is on the subwoofer only, it might be damaged from bottoming out.  See if you can remove the baffle or grille covering the woofer and inspect for visual problems. You can also try to lighly push in and out on the subwoofer to hear if it makes any scraping sounds. If so, it is definitely damaged and the driver will have to be replaced.

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