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Re: 12" kicker solo-baric subwoofer
Here is the link to the technical support manual for the l7
Page 17 and 18 show the wiring, if you can use a soldering iron then you should have no problem doing it yourself, but don't risk it unless you are sure.
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If you want the speakers wired in parallel, then just make sure positive(red) to Positive(red), and negative(black) to Negative(black) .With 2 speakers, just jump from one speaker to the other....positive red to red, and negative black to black..
Capacitors either fail spectacularly or in a very subtle way. Every once in a while, they'll explode, in which case it's very easy to spot the one that needs to be replaced, but generally they fail internally, with no visible problems. (very old units used a wet electrolyte, and the capacitors simply dried out inside)
If you are able to determine which cap is bad, you will definitely need soldering skills to replace it - no way around that.
Soldering isn't difficult to learn, but I can't help you over the internet. :) If there's a craigslist in your area, you might try posting to the "Wanted" section to see if someone can teach you how.
Assuming it is a P&G controller (it'll say PG Drives technology on the bottom of the joystick), two flashing lights is a left motor disconnect fault. Check the wiring from and to the left motor for tight connections at all junctions. Unplug and replug them, don't just wiggle test them. This should clear the fault.
Follow up to previous post.I replaced my sum seal and other nec. gaskets and reassembled.The TE code is gone and dishwasher performs as designed.I hope this helps someone with one of these POS dishwashers.Thanks