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Check your connections. Make sure everything is plugged in properly. If it is still making a sound, even a whisper, then the amp is probably fine. Do you have other speakers connected to the amp? If so, they should be sounding too. If not, then it's definitely an amp problem. Ebay sells tons of .... well, everything, so you should check that out...
The only way to get a new one is to contact Kicker directly, and see if they'll sell you one. Otherwise, you'll need to get another woofer. They only sell the replacement parts for the SoloX woofers. Sorry about that.
Any auto parts store or WalMart will sell adequate speaker wires. For a sub of this power rating, you'll be fine with 14GA speaker wires (pronounced 14 gauge) but if you want to get beefier wires in case you upgrade the sub later, I'd recommend this 10GA hookup kit or something comparable.
goto www.jvcservice.com click on model/parts lookup. you many need the model of the complete system or the model of the subwoofer
DS-TP350 is valid but does not have a parts list.
JVC will sell directly to the consumer many manufacturers don't.
As an authorized Kicker Retailer - i can tell you that kicker will NOT recone any subwoofer that is out of warranty!!
The only sub you can repair is the soloX.
The cone assembly is proprietary, and there is NO company that can make the repairs because kicker does not sell the parts.
(although i have heard stories of people having an IN or knowing somebody working at Kicker to get a new assembly, but its 1 in a million that it will happen.)
Thanks for using FixYa - a FixYa rating is appreciated!!
Same issue here. 3 years without problems then the burning smell and finally it died. I've removed all of the screws from the back but haven't had success opening the unit. Anyone figure out a solution to fix the circuit board?