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Ive had them for awhile and the plug fell out and i plugged it back in and no sound coming out of them atall.. I think i blew a fuse in the bassbox or something.. please assist me:)

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It is, a resistor on bass board, or, hopefully, a fuse, better to fix out, try to open "carefully" the bass box and see if has any fuse. if not, use RMS, or warranty, if available, other than this, is better buy other model.
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