Question about Coby 5.1 Channel DVD Player with Home Theater Speaker System System
I can't even turn it on all the wires are hooked into there proper color coordinating port. What is wrong?
Disconnect the device (amp or TV) that is feeding the speaker system. Turn on the power and see if there is still a hum. If the hum is no longer present, then the hum is most likely from the source.
If the hum persists, most likely the power supply has failed, or the output section has a short. You should contact the manufacture for support. They will most likely recomend that you give the unit in for service.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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