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Hot tub wiring

I have an older model Spa Tech hot tub..I've hooked it up, but it won't respond...There is one brown wire coming from the GFCI unit that isn't hooked up..that's the only thing that I can see wrong...I need schematics or wiring diagrams or something..it's a model# ST650 - RLP

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This has nothing to do with computer speakers. it is a hot tub wiring problem...

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I resoldered each wire back to the little board and it works like new. Much better than throwing them out and getting new ones, because these speakers have a decent sound and take up very little room. 
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All TV, computer towers, you name it have a standby supply that is running 7/24 when the unit is plugged in---does not matter if it is turned off.

What happens is when these units are made they use cheap caps and to save money ones very near the maximum voltage rating that is on the cap.

If you can get the unit apart the beauty of this is you will be able to see which if any caps are bad: They will be puffed up on top (have to be perfectly flat) and or have brown material coming out at top and or bottom.

Values will be marked on each and the voltage rating as well. Very easy repair if this is found--each has a + and - side marked on the part as well as on the circuit board.

See attached photo to get an idea of what bad ones look like.

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http://support.creative.com

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First, the most obvious way is to use the volume control attached to the speaker unit itself. If that isn't working, there's also an icon in the lower right-hand portion of the task bar in Windows. Simply click the ^ button, select the icon that looks like a speaker, then drag that up to your desired preference.

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Once you have that information, you can go to the Manufacturer's website and update the Drivers. If this doesn't resolve the issue you are experiencing, or if you require more specific / additional information, simply respond to this thread. I'll be happy to assist you further.
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Hey mate, i am sorry i do not have a complete diagram with me, but i can help you with a website from where you can get the complete wire diagram for the speaker that you want.

http://www.schematics.ca/

Try this out.

Rate me please if it helps.

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