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Subwoofer not working

Again had these amazing speakers well over a year and they worked fine all of a sudden...no bass! If I fiddle with the bass volume knob and the connector i can get bass back, leading me to believe its a connection problem.

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Yea I would say most likely a loose wire going to the bass control, is it accessable to behind the controller easily? if so take a look. they are usually soldered, but it may have been a weak solder point that came loose.

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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