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Teac AG D8900 II sub woofer not working

I changed outlets but light on subwoofer does not come on. Where are the fuses that are for this? I can't find any on the sub woofer itself. Did I burn it out completely? If I did, can I replace the sub woofer seperately?

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Click on the blue "teac sub woofer" link top of page, solution is in my response to another with same problem-that is at least 3 of us with this now.

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