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How do i repair my logitech s-100 speakers

My speakers are completly dead
i donot get the power on light when i switch it on
i donot get any sound when i connect it to my system,
there ar no screws to open them to check if any wire is loose
kindly advice how do i repair it

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    i have a different problem... i connect them to my pc, but there are not sounds...e tried to find the driver but them dont exist...=( how can i do?

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Try removing the front grill and them the speaker some times thats the way they build this check for dc or ac connector may be s broken good luck

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