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Logitech Subwoofer X540 PC Speaker system

Hello,
Does anyone have any information on where I could get a new transformer for the sub? Information on part is: CEFW6636-02-1 , input:120 Vac 60Hz , output: 14.6 Vdc 2.4 amps. It has 07020 stamped on the top of the transformer.
Please email me at O.Thomas3@gmail.com if you have any information regarding this.
Thank you very much.

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  • rookw Aug 30, 2008

    Same problem...120VAC in, OK, no DCV out of transformer. System seldom used...batch of faulty transformers? rookw@yahoo.com

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heavyice
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SOURCE: The mains transformer in my logitech x540 has

You would need to rewind the coils.Do not try to do it by yourself if you have no idea what you are up-to...this time it was transformer next time it could it could be your circuit.Take it to a professional,the charges won't be much.
Good Luck.

Posted on Dec 27, 2009

tbirdfan1
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SOURCE: Logitech Subwoofer X540 PC speaker System

HELLO THERE AND WELCOME TO FIXYA
IF YOU ARE NEEDING PARTS FOR YOUR SYSTEM YOU CAN GO TO THE FOLLOWING

Wild Burro Audio Labs - DIY Full Range Speakers THEY CAN GET WHAT YOU NEED AND EVEN HELP WITH SPECS AND REPAIRS AND ALSO IF YOU CONTACT THE MANUFACTURE OF THE SYSTEM THIS IS A GREAT HELP FOR YOU OK?
BEST REGARDS MIKE

Posted on Dec 29, 2011

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