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Creature JBL My speakers are not working. I get no LED light on the subwoofer. I have been reading that there's a fuse somewhere in the power supply. Can anyone assist?

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Check for the switches is in on,then check the wires are connected properly

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"The power supply casing needs to be prised apart with a flat bladed screwdriver or similar. Takes a bit of doing - might even need a bit of of a hammer."

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