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My sub woofer will not work it used to i dont think its blown because it would work sometimes and just cut out but now it doesnt work at all?

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Is it receiving power? If not that is your answer - could be a blown fuse, bad wire, bad connection, etc.

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This previous diagnostic, isn't good, if you test and no continuity between the positive and negative terminals generally means a blown sub.

You won't always get scratching or distortion from a blown sub. Sometimes the voice coil just overheats and burns out like a fuse. In this case there will be no sound at all from the sub, because no power can flow through the voice coil. A continuity test between the positive and negative terminals will show no connection.

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Ok my sub woofer isnt working, the front and back speakers are working, the sub used to work then it would cut in and out then i tap the box and it works but no it doesnt work at all, i am not sure if the...


bad connection. try hooking up a different test speaker to your amp. if it works you can trace the short into your sub. if not the terminals in your amp may need to be re-soldered.

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Check you have plugged them into the correct socket on the back of the PC ..

Chances are you have 3 sockets - first = 'front' (or pair), middle = 'back' (for 4+ speaker sets) and last = 'center & sub-woofer' ..

Sounds like you have plugged into the 'center & sub-woofer' socket :-)


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well if you hear a rattle sound its probably already blown...and the amp could be drawing too much power if the radio shuts off...make sure all your wiring is correct. also if your car is off and you turn it up it will most likely shut off cause the battery cant handle it. but as for the sub i think its blown. good luck

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