Hey all. One of the stands on which the satellite speaker sits (the stand with the horse-shoe shaped base) has snapped - my fault :(
Is there some way in which I can get a replacement stand for the same? Thanks.
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try a reset-- turn off the control pod and in stand by mode hold the source and the input bottons at the same time. firmware version should appear on the screen. the try using again. If that does not work call logitech for out of warranty discount on a new system.
Logitech does not sell these seperately.. not in my country anyhow. You should also be aware, that there is several (at least two) revisions of these controllers, so you cant just just use any controller.. Check eBay.. and try to get one that has the same sticker on the back of the stand as yours. EG, mine is R750. Good luck!
I was having the same issue and while trying to pry the damn thing open, lol, I found out that the front panel (smooth black surround for the speakers) is just glued on and the screws are underneath it. just take a fine tip screwdriver and pry the panel loose.
The logitech z 5500 digital is very sensitive to power peaks. One of the most know problems is that the fuse breaks because of these peaks. I´ll show you how to replace the system´s fuse.
First of all, you just need to write down the specification of the system´s fuse. The system´s fuse specifications are printed in the back side of your subwoofer, right next to the subwoofer´s on/off switch. In an european system it says: "T2AH250V (Time Delayed)". If you use another power voltage (120v), it may say something different. Anyway, write it down on a piece of paper and go to an electricity store and ask for a similar fuse (It is very cheap. Not more than 1$)
-The best way to get a similar fuse would be by bringing the broken fuse with yourself to the store-
In the back of your subwoofer, using an screw-driver, un-screw the fuse´s cover and remove the broken fuse. Replace it with the new fuse, attatch it to the cover and screw it back again.
If you turn on your system now, it will probably work fine.
Try to click the EFFECT BUTTON a few times to change the effect settings (see also in display) from e.g. Stereo (which uses only two front speakers) to other settings (for which some will use the other (rear/center/sub)speakers as well). Success,
The stand was held on with a nut on the inside.
There is not longer a nut on the inside of the hole, so there is now nothing for the stand screw to attach to.
The nut is now stuck to the magnet on the speaker.
You will need to disassemble the speaker housing to remove the nut from the speaker magnet and reattach then stand.