The subwoofer for that system also powers the rest of the speakers as well as the
subwoofer as you probably know. Is there any power light coming on? Like on the subwoofer itself where ever the power light is. If not check for a fuse. If no fuse is visable you'll have to take the subwoofer apart, the plate amplifire. There will be screws all around the metal part on the back, you must remove all the screws holding it together. Most of these types of systems have the fuse inside on the board. Also sometimes the fuse does'nt look like a fuse, it could look like a resistor or a ceramic style disk capacitor. Yours will probably have a glass type fuse. If you don't see one look on the board next to the components on the power supply board or if all together look near the transformer area for a F meaning a fuse. /there will be letters and numbers next to each component eg., resistor, capacitor, diode, etc. If you find a glass type fuse replace it with the exact same rating which will be on the end of the fuse on the silver ends of the fuse. If it's not blown you'll need to test to see if your getting voltge out of the transformer. You'll have to have the DVD unit hooked up to it, you don't have to have any speakers connected. The cable from the DVD unit to the subwoofer is what tells the amplifire on the subwoofer to turn on. You could have a blown amplifire IC. I don't know what type of ouput amplifires this uses but I'm thinking IC and not seperate transistors for the output amplifires. You might have one of those blown and if you do then the whole system wont work. Hopefully if that is the problem you'll see a burnt mark on the IIC itsel or some type of burnt spot on the board somewhere to lead you in the right direction to the problem. It could be as simple as a power supply capacitor, who knows til you get into it and start looking around and testing some things. If you don't have the knowledge to do this I am the cheapest electronics business in the USA. It's not a bad system, CrutchField sales it. Also I can waalk you through the steps to narrow the problem down. I help people everyday. You can contact me at email@example.com
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