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Subwoofer not working on onkyo tx-sr600

I have changed the leads and subwoofer and the amp is still not driving the sub,

please help

kindest regards

Richard

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Have you connected the Subwoofer out to the "Pre-out Subwoofer" on the left bottom corner jack(looking from the back)?

Have you set subwoofer out in the menu(under speaker settings or similar menu you will find all the channels that you have connected and here you should have "YES" for the subwoofer)?

HTH

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