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My JBL Creature speakers have worked great with my docking station for months. Then all of a sudden, they stopped worked. No sound from the subwoofer at all. If I unplug the device from the docking station by just a bit, the speakers make a very annoying humming sound, but other than that, nothing. Just the laptop speakers. Help?? Thanks!

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