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Has light but no sound

My Sunfire Signature Subwoofer stopped working recently. The main light turn on when powered and the equalizer light turns on when a signal is received. However, no sound is produced. I tried the same for another source, using both XLR and RCA inputs. Still, no sound is produced.

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  • jcharvet Aug 17, 2007

    I just replaced the fused with a new one. The problem was not fixed.

  • Anonymous Jan 30, 2008

    I have the same problem with no sound. Fuse is OK. Help!

  • gmorey May 06, 2009

    Red light indacates power to sub, fuse tested and good, but no sound

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Anonymous

The first thing to always check first is the fuse. This will probably involve some disassembly but it is alwayst the cheapest fix and a constant issue.

Posted on Aug 15, 2007

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