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YST SW005 Subwoofer

Green light stay on, has power but no sound or buzzing. Just plain dead. Took the subwoofer from my kids system, which is the same and everything works fine. Whats plan B. Can I take it apart and get it fixed or is there a break down for parts and how to take it apart. Sure are a lot of screws.

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  • ted-kathi Aug 12, 2008

    I am not going to pay 15.00 bucks to have you tell me that I need a new speaker. Thats just plain rude. I know whats wrong, but I thought you might have a better solution. Thanks anyway.

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Just buy a new one, and it didnt cost me a premium plan to find out. I thought you guys were here to help and not take someones money and then say theres nothing you can do. I am movin on boys. It doesnt take an expert to figure this one out. I just thought you guys would have maybe a better idea. Buh bye.

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