Question about JBL PSW1000 Speaker
Led wont light, sub wont work. Replaced internal fuse...whats the next most likely component to test/replace ?
Have you checked all fuses. There might be 2 - one for the input and one specifically for the amp section...
Check to see if the speaker is fried. Remove the grill then place your fingers as evenly as you can aa couple of inches away from the cone. Press gently and listen. There should be no scrating sounds at all. If you hear this, first try repositioning your fingers. If it persists your speaker is fried. This is caused by a few reasons. Amp failed and took speaker with it. Or a large signal was inputted which causes the amp to hold its max power for a longer period of time (amplified signal is no longer a sine wave but a sqare wave).
Otherwise, unless you know what you are doing with AC (house power) I don't suggest you go poking around-you need at least a volt meter to start testing
Posted on Dec 22, 2007
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