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My Monitor R360 is not working. I have inspected all the Monster cables to my speaker system; they seem fine. Could be a blown fuse, but I am hesitant to open up the subwoofer due to the warnings on the back panel. I live in Northern Virginia (Sterling) and I would like to know where I could find someone to work on the subwoofer.

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SOURCE: subwoofer stopped working

You have a bad connection to the subwoofer.

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SOURCE: The subwoofer is only putting out about 10% of it's capacity

if the speaker is actually receiving signal and has sound, the next question is if the sub is self amplified or not. if it is check the amp in it. if not then check your unit to make sure the bass is not turned down and that the correct surround setting are there. there is also possibility that the show or item your listening too isn't outputting correct channels.

Posted on Mar 29, 2010

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