Question about Kenwood SW-38HT Subwoofer
Is there a fuse located somewhere that may be blown? The power outlet I am plugged into works but speaker does not. Turning power switch on speaker of & on does not help.
I had the same problem. The screws around the perimeter of the back plate must be unscrewed and the plate must be pried off as it is glued to the box. When replacing my fuse, 2A 5x20 GMA, it blew the fuse again. Disconnecting the second circuit board prevented the next fuse from blowing, but now the question is what is wrong with the circuit board? I cannot see any damage or shorts.
Posted on Feb 22, 2008
Yes, most likely there is a fuse that has blown, but most of the time a fuse does not blow for no good reason. There is probably a short in the woofer output amp that has blown the fuse. Good Luck
Posted on Oct 11, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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