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My surround sound will not turn on.  it seems to have no power at all.

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Perhaps your ac adapter has failed or the built in amplifier, if it was bought new or not make sure that u have the correct power supply and if your not sure you do find an adequet replacement w/ matching output specs and polarity. They are not expensive or hard to come by. If that doesnt do it than it is more than likely the built in amp located in the sub. Another way to test the speakers is to unplug them from your computer and plug the same jack into a i-pod or any portable audio devices line out or headphone jack if the speakers make sound with volume there may be a problem w/ your computer or config.

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