The fuse is soldered in the circuit board in the sub. you have to take the sub apart and get the protective metal cover off the circuit board and un solder the old one. new fuses are found at radio shack they call for a 5a125v fuse.
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Hi there bud , IF you just going to connect it str8 into your MP3 player ,Then it wont play out all speakers because you need a 5.1 channel sound card for it...im not too sure if you can connect your speakers straight into yuour MP3 player , i personaly have never done it... Well hope you come right Happy new year
Sounds like the amplifier has gotten a surge of power and gotten fried. You will need to replace your system as there are no user servicable parts inside the unit. You can also try seeing if there is a fuse on the main speaker prior to getting a new one. Also check all connections to make sure your getting power too
I have had this a few times with customers. You might want to check if the sound cards front speaker ports are working correctly. If the card is working, the problem might be with your right front speaker, ckech that it is working. You might also want to check the settings in control panel; this has helped me a number of times.
As you talk I remember a spair speakers I have a long time ago, brand Creative 5600, has a bad resistor inside the speaker SB, or board, you also check for bad cable at the back or static.
another thing is your volume control, sometimes if you down a few notch you may ...not feel the hit or beep, but check things first.