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No subwoofer signal

I have two Boston Acoustics satellites and a subwoofer. I lose the signal after a few minutes of playing music or when I change the volume. I have tested the subwoofer with a different input (iPod) and it works. I am not sure why this is happening. Any advice on diagnostics or why this might be happening?

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Your out put signal circut bord is shorted out. It happens when there is static feed back from output continuity to an electric overload inside the unit. Then when you have a shorted board then it will eventually go into a protect mode and nothing will work ...just the power light will turn red and blink.

Just a suggestion.....Get rid of it while it has a bad sub output signal. you can get some money out of it.
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