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Sub Woofer Our sub-woofer keeps kicking out and we have to hit the top of it to come back on. Any suggestions?? other than moving it away from the main system, because we already tried that.

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  • jennyharding Jul 07, 2008

    We had the unit in for service 3 times and they can't find anything wrong with it inside. The problem never occurs at the place for service, only in our home. Brought it back home and pugged it into an extension cord instead of the wall and it seemed to work okay for the whole evening. I don't understand how that could have solved it though?? if that solved it at all. Could the power or hydro have anything to do with it??

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Most likely there is a cold solder connection on one of the circuit boards, or a connector, or any anything else in the audio path.

It is suggested to not use the unit until it is properly serviced. Depending on what is being effected internaly from the cold solder connection it is possible to have some damage.


Jerry G.

Posted on Jul 05, 2008

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