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No subwoofer output

Few weeks ago, I had the circuit breaker flip for my family room while watching a movie. Since then, I haven't been able to get reliable sound from the subwoofer. When watching a movie, the subwoofer seems to work fine. When listening to a CD, I get nothing out of the subwoofer. At first I thought it was the subwoofer, but then discovered it works when playing movies. Now I'm thinking something happened to the receiver. Any suggestions on how to narrow down the issue to confirm what needs to be replaced and if anything can be salvaged? Thanks!

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1. Try twisting the RCA plugs from CD player and see if they are not connecting right.
2. Replace the cable from the Cd player to the receiver
3. Try a different input
4. Try a different CD player

See if any of those solve your issue. Replacing the cable worked for me one time

Posted on Aug 30, 2008

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