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No Power to Subwoofer (SP-PWC5)
The question is if the primary of the transformer is dead or the secondary? Or if something else has failed on the power board? What you can do is test around the board, using the meter with the earth lead connected to earth and see if you can see if there is any power anywhere on the board. If there is, the transformer must be good. And that either a regulator or other part (semi-conductor) has failed. Also check any big capacitors for trouble.
Fuses only blow one there is a short. Something open circuit would not affect the fuse. But would kill the power.
Where can i find an sp-pwc5 cable?
Hey bro, if your looking for the "system cord" that says on the back of the unit TO: SP-PWC5. Look no further your part number is 6200044901 just type this into google or hand it over to you local electronics stores and they might be ablet order it for you! God Bless!!
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I have the same problem, it appears to be the power supply board components defective. I think it is the power rectifier (diodes) that are at fault since the fuse is OK and there is no power at either of it,but I am not possitif yet since I do not have the wiring diagram of the board that I am looking for. Suggest you get some repair shop look into it. The problem appears to be in that area. Good luck. jam
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