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Power up the sub-ts5 the light is red/turns green and the diaphragm pops out-for less than a second-then the red light turns back on-repeat!

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SOURCE: Where can I find sub board assembly for Sub-TS5.

If you haven't already found one, there is one currently on Amazon. It is pretty pricey at $50, though. You'd be better off buying a new sub.
http://www.amazon.com/104SUB13500-GEN-POWER-ADAPTER/dp/B004VETBPG

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