Question about Dell WL6000 Computer Speakers
When I press the connect button for my rear speaker, it does not connect to the subwoofer as it should, and therefore no sound comes from it at all. The little blue light just blinks continuously. Please help, this is very frustrating as I'm losing a significant amount of the sound that I paid for with this not functioning.
ArnoldLayne, -Make sure the blue LED on the center speaker is on -Make sure the power switch on the back of the rear speaker is on. -Move the rear speaker to within a few feet with no obstructions (including glass) and try reconnecting again. If you can connect then you have a problem with the distance or an obstruction. If you can?t then it is probably time to call Dell.
Posted on Jul 14, 2007
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