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Power problem with Paradigm PDR 10 Subwoofer

If the subwoofer is not working, I have to plug and unplug it untill it comes on again. After a period of time, it kicks off again. I've tried pluggit into other outlets with the same results. Could there be a bad connection in the subwoofer?

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Yes it can be.You can check it with ohmmeter the impedance should be 4 or 8 ohms.But if you can disassembly the sub its better then you can see and check everything.My guess is that one of the cables on the speakers connector is broken and its just touching the conntact.

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