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No power to main unit

The light on the subwoofer comes on, but the DVD unit has no power

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  • USMC0331 Dec 22, 2007

    Same thing! I have everything set up right, Power light on the subwoofer comes on, but NOTHING from the receiver??

  • J-Daddy Feb 24, 2008

    My problem is very similar. I have the main unit plugged in along with the subwoofer. The power light remains on. When I hit the power button to turn it off, go to the main unit to press open/close on the DVD player, or hit input selections on the main unit, the light on the subwoofer and main unit goes off for about 2 seconds then turns back on. I have to unplug the unit in order to turn off both the subwoofer and the main unit.



    Everything is plugged up properly but I'm not gettin anywhere with setting up the home theatre system. Not sure if it's a fuse or not but certainly a power issue. Any help and/or suggestions anyone can give would be greatly appreciated.

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This is easy       either bad cord or bad internal power supply.

Posted on Oct 24, 2007

  • Anonymous Oct 24, 2007

    if im correct the sub has its own power supply

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