Question about Klipsch KL-7502-THX Speaker System
Klipsch, usually fuse the speakers. look at the back of your speaker to see if there is a fuse holder, if not, it may be internal and if there is a panel you can take off, do that and look inside for a fuse and check it with a volt/ohm meter if its blown replace it with same value fuse. Aother way you can check to see if the speakers still work is to take a 9 volt battery and touch the terminals of the battery to the terminals of the speaker, if you hear a clicking sound or better yet can see the speaker move in or out the the speaker is good and the problem is elsewhere in your system. if both speakers don't work I would first suspect the fuse in the speakers. you could also try hooking up different speakers to your amp and see if those work, one last thing, plug in some headphones, if they work you will know that at least that part of your amp works.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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