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Hey Guys, I have a Pioneer HTP 105/205-SW subwoofer. It powers up but no sound and inputs/outputs are plugged in. Can you help me please.

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Seems Power Amp is fried in subwoofer.
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Check the speakers wirings and other devices connected, ensure that there is no short or open contact on the speakers wires.

If it is not a wiring problem, then the amp final can be damaged and that is the reason why you have no sound.

Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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    Ginko Nov 30, 2008

    Ensuring that you are wiring the unit in the proper way, the wiring diagram should be at the back of the woofer or with the unit documentation.
    The front
    speakers should go to the two bottom inputs on the receiver. The
    two upper outputs must be connected to the speakers.

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    Ginko Nov 30, 2008

    Ensuring that you are wiring the unit in the proper way, the wiring diagram should be at the back of the woofer or with the unit documentation.
    The front
    speakers should go to the two bottom inputs on the receiver. The
    two upper outputs must be connected to the speakers.

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