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  • mooselegs Mar 21, 2011

    im experiencing a heavy vibration in my power subwoofer connected to my surround sound receiver. i removed subwoofer from its box. didnt see any cracks or breaks inside. this vibration doesnt happen all the time, it recently started when i connected a blue-ray system. im leaning towards an interference problem. any advise?

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You did not give a model as to which specific TV is having problems. I did have one flat screen that did the same thing. In this case it was a speaker that was not tight fitting in the chassis. In other cases, I cannot recall this problem. I have seen home theaters with this problem. The fix here, was replacing the large capacitor in the subwoofer. Thanks for asking and show a few hands of support!

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