Question about RCA RT2280 System
Make shure you have the correct polarity ,black negative and red is positive ,also make shure you have enough of the end of speaker wire stripped , if that is all good then remove the speaker from your system and hook it up to a regular stereo so you can test the speaker , if the speaker still does not work then you have internal problems in that speaker , if the speaker does work then you have problems with your sorround channel , if both the rear channels are not working it is highly unlikely that both speakers are defective so you probably want to consult the manufacturers warranty and let them either replace the speaker or speakers or the unit that supplys the power to the speaker , hope this helps you and good luck, glenn
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
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