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One of my speakers will not power on at all???

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This happened to one of ours, it turned out that the plug was damaged. Try using batteries and see if it will work, if so, you know that you need to just get a new adapter plug. Good luck!

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head phone set WHP141 will work with that set of speakers, look on Ebay
I have a set of the same speakers.... make sure that your transmitter is actually bad, it does not power up with the GREENLIGHT staying ON UNTIL the sound source is hooked up and has enough INCOMING volume to trigger the transmitter on.........

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