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No audio, no indicators but blinking green LED by power switch.

Gigaworks 7.1 surround sound system. problem is no audio output, no indicator lights on control box. green power led on powered sub blinks on and off. no hums, pops, buzzes or odors. from what i read here this is the last Creative system i will ever buy. looks i will be parting it out on ebay,

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Replace elco C61 (68uF/450V) ; it is empty or almost empty.
Also remove the dark-brown glue carefully. The glue turns from light to dark brown by heat and becomes conductive (some Mohms)
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Trying intalling a sound driver may help

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I had the same thing happen to mine, just leave it all plugged in as normal for about 30 mins and it resets its self mine are now working fine, hope this helps and i just wasnt very lucky

Posted on Jul 05, 2009

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    Jonathan Vella Leone Feb 18, 2011

    I have the same problem here and removed C61 to check it but through the multimeter the capacitor showed it was good, i'll try to replace it tomorrow to make sure, seem all JUN FU and CapXon capacitors are **** and must be replaced

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