Exuse me for this second post concerning the same problem, but the solution of the previous topic couldnt help me and i'm not sure if i will receive another one.Now i'll describe the problem very carefully and detailed..as much as my bad english allows it. my motherboard is Asus M2N-E with a 8-channel sound card which is integrated. The logitech surround system is connected properly. The SoundMAX drivers are also installed and turned in 5.1 formation. (the sound and audio devices too). The volume control is okay. When I connect some of the cables to the jacks the SoundMAX driver 'says', that they have been connected (properly) or when I pull them out - that they've been disconnected - everything seems normal. But here's the problem. When I turn on the computer system some of the speakers dont make any sound. Its always different - sometimes the problem is with the rear speakers and sometimes with the center one - but never with the front spkrs. And even when some of them doesn't work, SoundMAX says, that they are connected properly. After restart, the problem with (for example) the rear speakers, comes into the center one and the rear speakers start to work. They alternate with each other.. So..please if there is a possible solution - post it. Thank you for the understanding and for the support - its a great site really;]
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Re: 5.1 surround problem
sounds like your problem could be either with the wiring of your speakers, or the receiver. How long have you had them?
check the wiring going from the sub woofer to the speakers- do you see any creases or damaged (frayed) looking wires?if you fiddle with the wiring where it connects to the speakers or sub when you play music, do you hear the speakers act up? if so, you may have the problem right there. I'd also try fiddling with it where it connects to your soundcard, moving it, and twisting it *gently* to see if you experience the same.
if you at any time hear the speakers acting up when doing this, then you have your problem right there. (from there, you should considering purchasing replacement cabling. if the affected cords are permanently attached to the units, I'd recommend calling in to Logitech, and seeing what they can do about replacing them).
otherwise, it is most likely a receiver problem, which you would also have to call Logitech for repairs/replacement.
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create a new post... before you actually post it though, change your privacy setting from "Only Me" to "Friends". From that point on, all of your future posts should be visible to your friends. As far as your previous posts are concerned, if you want your friends to see them, you will have to change the privacy setting on each post.
Login to your account and click on your profile icon (avatar) on the right of the top menu. Click on "My Profile". Now in the new page you can click on "My Solutions" to see the solutions you had posted. There is also a possibility that you had just posted your own similar problem in response to the topic and since the website script does not know if it was a solution or not, it by default takes every reply to a topic as a probable solution. Not a good way to handle it but that is how it is now. I just found this out after I received a similar email and searched for the solution I might have posted years ago. Turns out even I had the same problem as the topic and I had just added my problem in the hope that someone might answer it. No response in over a year though.
Do you have the FAV6800A/FAV9800A Service Manual? I need the first two digits of the s/n of your FAV6800A or FAV9800A it will be 10 thru 17? That tells us if the machine will use the Upper One-Roller Clutch bearing. I have done a Tub Sealand Outer Tub bearing replacement on a FAV6800A Series 10 first two digits of the s/n and the process is the same for all the machines series 10 thru 17. You sound like you want to save your $1K machine and I will try to help as a knowledgeable owner.
I no longer post support on this forum it is to difficult to find my previous support topics. I would suggest you Google this topic"Maytag Neptune load unbalance" join that forum and post a topic in the washer repair forum somethinglike FAV6800A Tub Seal replacement and I will respond.
I post under dh1200s on that DIY appliance repair forum.
That white screen is asking for your bios password. You probably set that the last time you did changes in the bios. If you bought the laptop second hand and the previous owner forgot to give you the password, contact him, or if you can not and/or do not remember the password you set, you have to contact dell, and they can give you a password for it, is no problem for a computer you own. You can chat to them here:
They're gonna ask you for the original owner information before they'llhelp you though. If you don't have the original information (ie youbought it second hand or off someone), you'll have to do a transfer ofownership. You need to give them the service tag and the express servicecode, that are on a sticker somewhere on the computer (bottom in case oflaptops). Enter the info in the required previous owner fields. Enterall your contact info and submit. It should transfer in a few minutes. Here's the link:
Please add a comment to your previous post next time, it makes it easier to see this post has a relevant history. I had to go check in your profile when I saw the word "still".
Shooting in the dark, and saying the obvious(just bear in mind a month ago I was going crazy over a problem that ended up being the blanace knob turned to the right) - could it be that you're not using a digital signal? I'm not sure you can get surround with analog.
Make sure all settings are for digital, and that you're using a coaxial/optical cable going from the DVD to your receiver.
I hope you'll end up embarassed but happy.