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I've lost sound in one speaker

I keep losing sound in one of my speakers, however when i fiddle the 3.5mm wire for the input it gets better but it takes alot of fiddling what could be wrong???

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  • kuz_2010 Sep 13, 2009

    Thank you the connection is perfect no damage at so I'm just going switch the wire over and see it works...

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Check the wire for frays, missing insulation, broken area, loose fitting, etc. It sounds like there is something that is not making a proper connection. "Fiddling" makes it better leads me to believe that a bent area, frayed wire or such has it not making a full connection. You may need to replace the wire to that speaker in order to correct the problem. If the unit is still in warranty I'd suggest contacting a Logitech repair center for this. If it is not then you can do this yourself if you are comfortable working with a soldering iron. Just make sure you use properly rated speaker wire and connect the wires properly. Hope this helps.

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