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Hi, I have a Jamo i300 sub.the left speaker contact doesn't work

In the back on the left contact speaker ,when i plug in the satellite speaker doesn't sound good, I already try the satellites speakers, the cables, and are working ok. So I think that the problem is in left plug in contact. Is there any way to fix it? thanks

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Had the same issue as treefarmer and guest. Initially I thought that the voltage controlled pre-amps were the problem as well but further testing proved that wrong. If you remove the yellow wire from the RT Front speaker PCB and measure the voltage at the wiper of the pot it is still too low (should swing from 0 to 5 volts). On investigation it turned out that the pot was failing.

I couldn't find a proper replacement pot so had to fix the broken one. After removal and dissassembly it discovered there was a leakage path between the carbon trace and the bushing assembly. The top deck which contains the carbon path for the wiper can be removed by bending back the tabs that hold it to the metal case. Carefully cleared the shorting path with a probe and retested with an ohm meter..

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