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Problems with my Speakers

I have a logitech z 5300 speakers and one of them (front left speaker) is not working, i've tried in a different channel and i didnt work, i need to know if that speaker can be repair??

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I've had that problem 2 my front left speaker was turning on and off when i was playing music and it sounded bad so i wanted to find out if it was the speaker or the amp so i switched the left one and right one but now both work fine so it think they just color coded the speakers wrong (also for the front and back speakers it does not really madder if you match the colors because there all the same

Posted on Sep 29, 2008

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These speakers come with a 2 year manufacturer warranty. a friend of mine had a similar problem and they just sent him a new set of speakers. try contacting Logitech, maybe you'll get lucky too!

Posted on Jun 21, 2007

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