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Picture but no sound...

I have a similar problem as some other people here.  I read the part about replacing the 6.3 amp fuse but can you tell where it is?  Is it in the back panel??
Are there any diagrams available to help with locating the fuse?  
I'm tempted to go right in and just hope for the best.  Are there any other fuse that I could confuse it with?

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  • reddress Dec 29, 2007

    I have just set it up and I have no sound at all. The green power light is on the woofer but absolutely nothing else happens. This fuse business... where does one get a fuse like that? Has anyone ever successfully done this?

  • reddress Dec 30, 2007

    Sorry, can you provide a more specific answer please (especially if you think I will have problems disconnecting the wiring to fully open up the back to access the fuse)

    thanks

  • onthevergi Dec 31, 2007

    One year old system and speaker began making a buzzing sound then the whole sound went off. We have unhooked and rehooked all to no success. Funny this is all happening the same time...some conspiracy?

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Just follow the power cord to the back if no fuses near there on the out side that is insude same way follow the power cord and thats right there

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