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Moved across town and now my BA 7800 surround sound speakers not

Double checked connections,help please

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  • johnevie Feb 14, 2009

    I hava a ba-7800 and the sbwoofer stop working after I un pluged the speakers and now only the 4 speakers wordk no subwoofer

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No expert solution here - just a suggestion. Did you check the 9-amp fuse below the "Out to PC" connection on the subwoofer?

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