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My dsw micropro 1000 wont produce any sound.all the lights are on so its getting power.i have it on auto so when it senses a signal it comes on automatically.the LFE cable is plugged in correctly to the unit and a/v receiver.a/v shows in the window that the LFE signal is going out.i have turned a/c switch off & unplugged power cord for 2 mins. and turned back on but nothing happened.after a while the sub will shut down and go back to auto mode.i have also switched it to power full time but still will not work.any answers?

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if there is multiple jacks on the sub be sure they are hooked up correctly simple mistake if not no doubtly a simple overlooked setting on your amp good luck you will get it

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