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Plug doesn't go into woofer( bigger plug)

I disconnected the larger plug to the woofer, and now when I push it all the way in, the plug falls out, could i have pushed too hard and now the female end in the woofer has recessed?

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i had same problem with my magaworks 5.1 thx550.
i have tried to find solution in web but it was only one which voltage sense resistor 2Mohm track in PCboard was damaged.
after check PCboard in my megaworks thx 550 i found that tracks are quite well and voltage sense resistor is well too.

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REPAIRING PROCEDUREin below items there are repairing procedures that i did with my THX550.to access to BCboards it is required to remove electronic boards from woofer case.
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3- remove all Philips screws around cover and remove electronic parts smoothly, care about glues around power cord.4- remove and disconnect power supply board from other parts.


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3_12_2013_8_48_15_am.gif7- now it is time to re assemble electronic parts very carefully and prepare for test. it is better to use isolated transformer and put a lamp in serial to protect PCboard against short circuit. if green LED (POWER LED) is on it means that every thing is O.K.
8- in this step all of electronic parts should return back to case and reconnect sub woofer connections.3_12_2013_9_02_39_am.jpg

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after replacing damaged parts my THX 550 is working well maybe for next 10 years.
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HD comes on and off for no reason and sound cuts in and out. This fix worked for me:

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2.Take the 4 screws out on the bottom of the left speaker. (They are under the rubber matting you can just poke holes through it)
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