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Tiny faint sound and no bass

Tried reversing input
L and R, not much there. I suspect a short as develloped in the wire comming out of 1/8 plug wich goes in the laptop. There was a bad 90 degree bend. Humming sound comming out of the woofer section, even if I unplug both inputs. I opennned the sub to look at the board, no sign of broken wire and no funny burned smell, everything on the board seemmed ok. Could it be the transfo (double output 11 V. and 2 V. ) ? didn't have my meeter close by.

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