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Sub woofer We had the unit in service 3 times and they can't find anything wrong with it inside. Do you think it could be some kind of power or hydro problem when we bring it home and it acts up again. I plugged it into an extension cord instead of the wall this time and it seems to work the whole evening, when usually it would have kicked out by now.

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It is possible, but very rare that I have seen this, the unit's AC plug is not making good contact in to the wall socket. The extension cord's AC plug may be making better contact to the wall socket, and the socket on the extension cord is making better contact to the unit's AC plug. It could be something this simple.

In my mind however, I sort of think that there is a very intermittent fault, and it does not show up too easily. Sometimes moving a device can disturb it in such a way that its fault may not show up (fault gets to be masked). The fault may come back to haunt you. Time will tell which scenario is the right one.

Jerry G.

Posted on Jul 07, 2008

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