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Wireless subwoofer does not connect with speakers

I cannot connect the wireless subwoofer to the main speaker system. I've made sure that there is no wireless interference with the system, made sure they are fairly close to eachother and the power outlets. I've read the manual and tried the two different ways to connect the system and still no luck. Any help out there?

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  • Anonymous Mar 07, 2009

    same problem. Now instead of the little light staying either green or blue - blue means connected, its just white. what does this mean?

  • Anonymous Apr 11, 2009

    I get a regular light on the sub (i'm assuming it's blue or white). But I can't get the thing to pair. the light never flashes or changes color. HELP!

  • gookus Apr 18, 2009

    Same problem. Subwoofer will not Pair



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