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SA-WM40 no electrical power/ won't turn on

When I plug it in it doesn't turn on. one day I was messing wit my neighbors and all of a sudden it just quit on me.. depressing.. ha and i'm not one of those heads that jus turn everything thing all the way up sounding like **** and worndering why its not working either aha. its my baby

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SOURCE: The speaker is starting to buzz during the low

It probably buzzes all the time, you just notice it when it is outputting little volume. Check the cables for loose connections or replace them with other cable as a test.

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Probably, or the woofer coil itself is experiencing a heat, volume or motion related short. Clean any dust or debris from the heat sink fins in the back. Make sure it has lots of space for cooling ventilation.

Posted on Mar 31, 2011

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