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No Power My speakers worked perfectly for a year and a half. Then I moved the room where my computer was located and the speakers will not turn on. It is being read by the computer that I have a sound system. However, the green light will not turn on. Are they just dead? I have checked the plug, and I have used other plugs. I have done everything I could think of, but i am out of ideas. Please help!

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Hi, 1)Try replacing the power cord of the speakers. 2)Be sure the wall plug has electricity. 3)Connect to speaker into another plug just to see if the green light come alives.

Posted on Jul 07, 2007

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