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Sub woofer problem

I got it in the mail yesterday. put everything together. It Everything works fine, but the sub woofer doesnt. It'll only work when you turn on the power n get it starting. It'll only go for like 3 seconds then go away. Then it just stops completely until i turn the whole thing off again and turn it all back on again. I dont know whats wrong... =[

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Re: sub woofer problem

Itz the problem of power IC.. give to service centre and change

Posted on Nov 30, 2007

Re: sub woofer problem

I would check the power input otherwise if brand new return for replacement

Posted on Nov 30, 2007

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