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Someone cut the connectors off so i have 4 wires coming out the back.i know 1 set goes to the speaker and 1 to the off/on switch.so what and where do i plug them?
Take one batery 1,5 volt and find out which 2 conectors are from speaker.You can so even find out which is + and which is -.The plus position is when speaker moves forward
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the circuit board and amplifacation supply inside the sub are blow or shorted out.thus preventing any sound. the head phone jack works only because it is a bypass feature supported by the actual computer not the surround sound unit
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
SOURCE: I need the wiring diagram
There are just 4 wires connecting in that jack: 2 grounds and 2 hot. You can identify them yourself directly either just by looking at the rear pins (where and how they are soldered on the board) after you remove the back cover, or by testing them with an ohmmeter (to the metal side of the jack): the 2 ground wires will show 0, the empty ones will show infinite and the hot ones will show 0 in the moment when you connect it then the resistance will grow fast toward infinite (if after that you reverse the polarity of the test wires you will get initially a negative resistance).
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
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It is my pleasure to guide you.
1. Look for tacks or staples along the edges. If there are remove them and you should be able to left out the back, be careful of the wiring that should be attached to the connectors.
2. Looking at the back of the speaker the back could be inset about 1/4". Generally they have been slid into a slot cut into the sides and then the base is put on. Sometimes they glue the back in place. If the back is glued then you will have to cut the back along the sides, being careful not to go through very far being careful not to cut a wire. Problem is that there may be some pinned to the side. Try using a razor blade knife to cut through. Start along the edge next to the side and run the blade along the full side. Tap on the back to see if it moves, try not to break it. If it moves then repeat the rest the same way. The wiring to the connectors may be short so you need to be careful not to pull them off.
3. If the back is only held in by the bottom then that should be a little easier to get the back out. Look for screws or nails and simply remove them.
Good luck and please post back that you are successful, giving thumbs up, or if I can be more helpful.
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