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Signs of a blowed 15 inch subwoofer

Does not put out any sound

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Melted voice coil? Short circuited voice coil due to overload? does your amplifier work properly? Is the (-) properly grounded? If the SUB is in working condition and there is nothing wrong with the amplifier.
1) The amp is not powerful enough to run the sub
2) The amp is not properly grounded or powered
3) Remote Sensor wire is not connected
4) RCA Cables or Hi - input sensors are not connected
Check out the installation to verify or the sub may be damaged

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