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I assume this is connected to a AV Receiver? There is generally a low level sub out, with an RCA jack. That should go to your sub input. The old subs had the speaker outputs on the back of the receiver connected to the sub input, and all the other speakers were connected to the sub, but that system hasn't been used in decades.
Open back cover. You will need an allen wrench to open the cover. Use a small straight edge screw driver to pop up the back panel. Ease up the panel carfully. You will see a thick red wire with a black capsule about four inches down into the box. Unscrew the capsule , do not use pliers!!!!it will crack the plastic. Take the fuse to radio shack or some place similar t get a new fuse. If the fuse appears to be intact test it with a test light. Myt email is email@example.com if you need further advice.
make sure none of the wires on the back of the reciever or speakers are touching one another. I have a sony surround system and was doing the same thing, come to find out my postive and negative wires where touching causing the system not turn on.
Hi, Yes you can use most any wire you want as long as the size ( thickness ) of the wire is approximately the same. Also when connecting make sure to not have the wires touch ( can happen pretty easily especially if original wire ended in some sort of plug set up ) that about does it, I hope this was of some help-thanks for asking FixYa and good luck, Prodzilla.
I have the same A/V receiver and in my setup there is an audio output (red and white able) coming from DVD player directly into Zenith Z763B. The video from DVD Player goes to TV input (yellow cable).
There might be alternatives to the setup mentioned above but I like to watch movie in a surround sound, rather than output from TV.