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Logitech z-2300 subwoofer not working

I have a Logitech Z-2300 sound system and last day when I plugged it in to the computer the small speakers were working but the sub was dead. I've checked the fuse and the connections and all is fine. What can the problem be?

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Ahh logitech always the sub that goes. its buggered but dont toss out the whole speaker set just buy another one and youl have spare speakers when you need them

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thankyou...

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