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My cd player stopped working and then i reset it now it works and my subwoofers worked at first and then the next day they stopped? i put the wires back in and switched them around but it didnt do anything.

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Make sure the sub-woofer is selected and turned on from the receiver. Most receivers have a setting for the sub-woofer, and if you did a reset, the factory setting may be set to off.

Is this receiver a car receiver or for the home?

What model and make is it?

I can help you further if you need it, but those are two questions I would need an answer to, so I can understand the problem a little better and figure out how to turn the sub on. It is not the same for every receiver.

Dave

Posted on Jun 27, 2008

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