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Speakers working, then suddenly not...

Hi, I have had my Cambridge soundworks speakers for about 3 years now. They have always worked great and I love them, but the other sound. Hadn't changed anything that I can think of. I have checked all my cables and outlets, and everything seems to be in working order. Might they just have worn out? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, SharonLisa

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Re: speakers working, then suddenly not...

Is the power indicator led lit? if not, power supply inside has the problem. probably fuse.

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Re: speakers working, then suddenly not...

It's possible they've died, have you checked that your sound card and drivers are working by using another set of speakers or headphones.

Posted on Jan 13, 2007

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