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The audio input jack is loose i'm guessing, so when i plug in the wire i have to move it around to get the sound to come out. i'm tired of having to move the wire every time it plug it in, what can i do to fix this?

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Hi,
first of all try to replace the audio cable. if it has break inside then the same problem can occur. replace the cable and check the same.
if then also the problem remains. i think you are connected the cable to the R mono input. remove it from R mono input and connect the same to the L input.
there is no difference between the R and L input. if you connect it any input you will get the same out put.

If then also the problem remains then you have to replace the RCA socket in side you sub woofer. It will be difficult for you to replace the same. any way make a try.
ok

Posted on Apr 09, 2011

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