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Wireless speakers AW872 transmitter won't power on anymore

We purchased 2 wireless speakers less than year ago. Everything was working fine and now the speakers power on but no sound. The red light on the transmitter no longer comes on. We've checked all of the cords and everything is connected.

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  • ldhager Dec 23, 2008

    Thanks! That did it.

  • mkrajewski Mar 31, 2009

    I've purchased a set of Sharper Image wireless indoor-outdoor speakers with a transmitter last year. I love the speakers and everything was working fine until the transmitter went out the other day. First the red (power light) was blinking so I went to check if the transmitter is plugged in correctly, I checked the cord to make sure it wasn't loose and that's when the transmitter lost power connection for good. Is there a way to take it apart and fix it or is there a genetic transmitter that I can buy for the existing speakers?

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Idhager,

I have the same set of speaker and had a similar problem. what I did was disconnent and reconnect the transceiver (sort of a reboot) and then powered everthing back up and that solved my problem.

Hope this helps

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