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My speakers just stopped working. No power when I turn know to turn on and increase volume

Speakers have not worked in a few days. No power seems to be going to them. All plugs are plugged in. The power is plugged into desktop

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Ir you are lucky it will be your power supply that's gone dead. Use a volt meter to see if the power supply is working or try to find a power supply with the same characteristics (voltage, polarity and amperage). If that doesn't work, the amplifier may be busted. If so you'll need new speakers.

Posted on Apr 18, 2014

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What happened to you is probably mere coincidence with your cousin's use of the headphones and this is throwing you off. I own the Bose Companions also and they stopped working as well. However, I traced the problem to the "wall wart" power supply. Not sure why but Bose is now using an interchangable plug on them. If you look at the power supply you will see a "PUSH" button. If you depress it the plug can slide out. When it is slid back in and locked in place the connection between the plug plate and the power supply is not a good one. Try fiddling with it. But even if the connection is not the culprit, something in the power supply is. I swapped another power supply with the same connector and spec's ( amps must be the same ) from another item and the speakers worked perfectly.

Posted on Dec 14, 2008

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SOURCE: Loud hum with static when speakers turned on

There is def. a loose connection somewhere in your system. This is a grounding problem within the system if nothing else. Def. a "lazy" connection somewhere.

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Posted on Mar 21, 2009

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SOURCE: The control pad/dial isn't working properly. There doesn't seem to be enough juice to get sound. The green light is on when plugged in but its not transferring sound from the source to the speakers.

oh ok. I'll chek the input again Thanks

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SOURCE: Unplugged speakers, plugged em in -- now I don't get ANY sound

check ur sound drivers.. check whether they are uninstalled, and try to check in the sound and audio devices in control panel...

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

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