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Mission ms8/ms10 I have had my subwoofer unpluged for sometime now.  I plugged it in today and I had no power.  Has anyone had this problem thanks thekeysfamily@golden.net

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    The power output of my MS8 is burnt. I have tried to get it fix but the repair man is telling me that he cannot get parts anywhere. I have contacted mission in the UK and here is mission answer. This is my question to them.
    I have a problem with my subwoofer.The power output module is burnt and the repair man is telling me that he cannot get parts here in Canada.
    I know that Mission speakers used to be distributed by Denon here in Canada but it is not the case anymore.
    Would it be possible for you to give me an addresse here in Montreal Canada where I could get my MS8 fixed.
    It is very odd to see that my sub was made in Canada and that we cannot get parts for it.
    I do like my Mission speakers very much and would hate to scrap it due to lack of support/parts.
    Thanks
    Dear Roger
    i'm afraid that we no longer have any parts available for the ms8 sub. Yes you are correct they were made in canada and it was the canadian manufactuer that withdrew this part.
    Regards
    Nicki

    Dear Roger
    As this sub was made prior to the IAG purchase of Mission in 2005 I'm afraid that there are no plans to make a replacement amp for this sub.
    Regards
    Nicki
    Would you have any information on how to get my MS8 fixed.

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Silly question but did you check the fuse and if so is the sub pluged into the sub out put on your amp and not the sub six channel input as this will result in no sound.
hope this helps.
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First, I have to commend you for having a really fine piece of equipment. Mission makes great products. Now down to business. Being where I am and not being next to your sub-woofer with test instruments and tools I'm going to be so basic as to almost be insulting. However, If I were there, I would be testing these things.
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