Question about Logitech LS11 2 Speakers
Speakers just stopped after I blew fuse in extension lead into which they were plugged. Latter now replaced and everything except speakers works ok.I think I may have blown speaker fuse but can't find it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
well, if volume is fixed, you have to see if in the control program for sound, you can disable and use the headphone sound program in windows.
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
Get your system to a repair shop! Note that the problem is in the PB9 jack at the back of the subwoofer and don't try to wiggle anything yourself - they're great speakers, don't do anything you'll regret.
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
I experienced the same problem, where the symptom was initially that the volume setting was misbehaving in that you would press the to increase the volume and it would go to the maximum, and likewise press the down button and it would go to the minimum volume. Then the screen appeared incomplete and finally it did not power on when pressing the power button. The solution I found was to unplug the power (overnight in my case) to allow any power to drain from the unit and transformers, and then plug it back in. It powered on afterward.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
These don't usually have a fuse. Let go through a few troubleshooting steps. Unplug from you computer and plug into an mp3 player or anything that uses the same size plug.
*If they work
Then it is in your computer. Plug some headphones in the output (normally the green plug) and test that. Go to control panel>sounds and audio devices and make sure your volume is at least half way up and not muted. If that is ok, check your hardware. right click on "My computer" the select properties, hardware tab then device manager button and see if there is a yellow exclamation on your sound device. If there is reinstall the driver.
*If they didn't work on another device (like a walkman) then it is probabbly your speakers.
unplug and wait for a few minutes then replug. Ensure any lights are on, on the unit. If they don't come on then the unit is probabbly been damaged by a power surge or lightning. They aren't user fixable usually. Return or replace.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
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