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Powered subwoofer will not work anymore

Tried another Kenwood powered subwoofer that I know works and had the same problem. I have a KS-908EX. The subwoofer is SW-38HT. I have tried the setup and it keeps reverting back to LFE level. How do I get the subwoofer to work? This is in step 3 of the setup for the speaker settings

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Make sure you are pluged into the sub pre out and not the six channel line in,its a easy mistake to make.

hope this helps.

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Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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