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Logitech Z-560 Left Channel died

My problem lies in circuitry and not the computer, because all 3 other channels work when with an ipod or signal generator. Swapping speakers and wires makes no difference. If I had a schematic I could probably figure it out but where would I find the parts like the Power output module? I don't see Logitech having support for out of warranty items, unless I'm missing something. Note: There are no crackling or problematic noises stemming from pots, connectors, cables or even shaking the sub or moving the Pod cables. My problem may exceed the limitations of this forum but if anyone has anything to offer (other than cold solder joints) I'm all ears.

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    same exact problem but one channel doesn't work at all and the other is somewhat distorted and the lyrics are faint and almost inaudible.

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The fuse is inside. Remove the screws from the back, around the outside only. Pry it up and it will pop off. It is a bus fuse 4amp 250V. Disconnect the sub from everything. After I replaced the fuse I pluged it in. When I turned the switch on the fuse popped. At $50 an hour to repair I decided to replace the whole unit at a price for $80. Here is a link http://www.tigerdirect.ca/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=2507686&csid=ITD&body=MAIN

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