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Subwoofer Speakers wont work

My sub speaker was working fine then, all of a sudden it just stop working and not it wont even cut on. What do i do

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The speaker may have blown.
to test it look inside is there any tears in the fabric part of the speaker?
is there any loose or disconnected wires?
if thats not the case the speaker still may have blown out look on ebay for a new one

Posted on Apr 30, 2009

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    the speaker may have blown.

    to test it look inside is there any tears in the fabric part of the speaker?

    is there any loose or disconnected wires?

    if thats not the case the speaker still may have blown out look on ebay for a new one

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If it wont even turn on then it is possible that the amp. is blown in addition to the speaker. Good Luck!

Posted on Jun 11, 2009

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