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No power to computer speakers

My dog has chewed through one of my speaker cables and although the cable is fixed I now have no power to them.

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If the cable is fixed correctly then it would seem when your dog chewed through the cable the cables met and caused a power short out that has blown some of the internal electronics components there fore the unit will not work. taking into consideration the price of jbl creature speakers it would be cheaper to replace the unit than to have repaired ..

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