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Power problem hi, i'm currently receiving a 'clicking' noise followed by an intermittent power loss and then gain on my subwoofer. a little new to home theatre and any info will help. thanks.

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Have the power supply check out you have an open connection on your regulayor.that clicking sound comes from the relay.good luck

Posted on Jun 04, 2007

  • Henry  Thomas
    Henry Thomas Jun 04, 2007

    sorry i mean regulator.



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