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A few questions to help me help you: (1) Does the woofer cone move freely when you use your hands to move it (or do you feel friction)? (2) have you tried swapping the left speaker for the right to rule out the receiver as a cause?
Are you having trouble removing the driver? Just remove it and replace, keeping track of where the positive (red) terminal is and what cable is connected there. The part number should be printed on the back of the magnet.
There's no way of telling really! Even if something did go wrong there's no reason to say it couldn't be fixed very cheaply. It could last another 10 years or it could go wrong in the next few hours.
I will say one thing after 12 years of service and never off you certainly have had your monies worth!
Hi, You please check the ohms with the woofer watts so that the same frequency of the woofer you can fix of different company, otherwise there will be damage of the circuit board so please use the appropriate frequency of woofer speakers.
I think it may be related to set up of crossover frequencies within 'menu'. There's a menu where speaker sizes are set, as far as I remember the lowest setting suggested crossower freq for sub somewhere at 80hz as default which may be too high of you have sub.