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Mission FS2-S Sub-woofer bass drops out randomly

I have had my excellent Mission home theater system for a number of years and it has given excellent service. However, the Mission FS2-S Sub-woofer bass now drops out randomly, i.e. the bass disappears leaving only the middle and high end coming out of the satellite speakers. I'm assuming there is a problem in sub-woofer circuitry but could the problem be with my amplifier which is a Denon AVR-2802? Has anyone else had this problem and if so how did you fix it?

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SOURCE: no sound from Sub

Did you try a different sub cable? Does your receiver have a "night mode" where the bass is reduced? If it does make sure that it's not tunred on. I hope this helps.

Posted on Aug 13, 2006

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try a professinal repair sound store, they help you.

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If you have replaced with the correct rating and the fuse blows off then you will need to check for higher current drain in the sub woofer or the network. After replacing the fuse load up the subwoofer slowly, reduce the bass and as you increase check at the point the fuse blows off. Now we need to analyse if the rating of the amplifier you are using is rated for the subwoofer. If your subwoofer has a higher rating you can increase the rating by about 25% and check again. Some amplifiers give a very higher voltage on full bass which could result in such a condition. Moderate this and check again. If the fuse stays Ok you can continue with this new rating.Otherwise the output of the amp at higher volume needs a confirmation. Hope this helps. Good day

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Additionally please follow the instruction on your user manual to activate the SUB ,as is follows..

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BASS-OUT
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