Question about Kenwood SW-38HT Subwoofer
Had the same problem, no power from the sub, no light. Opened the box, fuse was bad, replaced the fuse...pop...blew again. Found out that on the bigger middle board next to the power plug there are two capacitors on either side, the inner one burned and crumbled to pieces. I called Kenwood, they said that I would have to bring it to a Electronic Service Specialist that they will give you a number to in your area...or...Ship it yourself to their East Coast Center in Virginia. I already asked if Kenwood is going to send an RMA or Shipping Label and they will not. You will be responsible for the shipping there, but they will pay for the shipping back. Kenwood's East Coast Center in Virginia's number: 757-340-1702 - Good luck
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
Socket the power cord and check if there is supply around the capacitors that supply the circuit board
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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