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My logitechh x-530 speaker system just quit, all of it. i moved my computor location from across the room and it no longer worked. i have connected and re-connected but no luck.

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Just try testing the fuse in the 3 pin plug first, off chance it may have gone. Then, if that shows as OK, and you feel confident, remove the back of the Woofer and make sure that the AC wires have not come loose (can't remember if there is an inline or separate fuse in the woofer, if there is, i'd check that

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