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Speakers not working

I have a pair of JBL white duet speakers that suddenly stopped playing in the middle of a song. Is it the AC adapter? That's the only thing I can think of. If so can I open it and fix it? If not where can I get a new one (JBL doesn't sell them)? Thanks for your time Pete

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  • Indy Sarah Nov 01, 2007

    Mine are cutting in and out. I know it sounds like it's a short in one of my wires (it's strung with connecting wires about 40' from the computer), but I've tested all the connections and can't replicate the problem. It's just intermittent.

    Any ideas? Time is of the essence, as Murphy's Law would have it. I have another gallery opening tomorrow night. BTW, these speakers run all day every day, but they are only 10 months old!
    Thanks!

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If you have another computer or a friend, test them on his/her computer. Try this, as its fixed such a problem for me in the past. Start>All Programs>Accessories>Entertainment>Volume Control Then check the ticked/unticked boxes

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The wierd cord possibly fits into the 12v dc slot in the back.. and the other end would go to a power adapter..

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