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Paradigm pdr80 no sound

After 2 years of use my subwoofer stopped making sounds. I have an onkyo system with a paradigm pdr 80 subwoofer. The light on he subwoofer still lights up, but I get absolutely no sound out of it. I have checked the system settings and tried re calibrating, but nothing has worked. I have changed the wired connection and double checked its continuity and still no sound. Any advice what to do?

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SOURCE: PDR-10 subwoofer has no output. 120vac to unit is

I have exactly the same situation with my PDR-10. Paradigm techs were of no help, don't me to take it to a service centre which i did. Of course when it was there they plugged it in and it stayed on for a day and a half so no problem right? Get it home, nothing, plugged and replugged, got it on once but not for long. Opened up back, everything including fuse looks solid and fine....to naked eye anyhow.

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