Question about Logitech X-530 Computer Speakers
Have you got any more information on what is/isn't happening? No power, power lights on but no sound etc?
Back when I worked for a company that sold Logitech speakers the most common faulty with the X series was a small fuse that would blow. Usually the speakers would appear to receive no power at all if this was the case.
It's a $10 part if your speakers are out of warranty. Sometimes Logitech may even send this part out for free. Check your warranty though, in some countries there is up to 2 years on these speakers.
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Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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