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The speakers don't work, and even though the whole system is plugged well, the light that should be lit on the volume controller is shut. It seems like the current just doesn't get to the sub in which the speakers are plugged. I don't know what to do about it, a little help would be appreciated. My problem is with Creative Labs Inspire t2900 Computer Speakers. Thank you.

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Could be the volume controller . or bad power supply

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