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Power light on but no sound form proficient s12 subwoofer

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The power supply is working but it is possible that there is no supply to the SUB WOOFER amplifier. It is important to remove and open the unit to probe and confirm.
It can be failure of the inline fusible due to a faulty output driver.
Finally check the subwoofer using a AA cell.

Posted on Oct 17, 2011

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