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Brother tripped over cord connected to laptop

My brother tripped over the cord connected to the laptop and now the speakers won't work. it's the cord connecting from the volume control to my laptop. this cord also goes into the back of my subwoofer. the socket in the back in which this cord is plugged into is called "wired remote". Please help. I can't live without my speakers. thank you

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I have the same problem, from what I've read, we need to buy a complete replacement of the wired remote. I still can't find anything, but I'm about to call logitech and see what they say.

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Sounds like the wires inside got pulled loose or broke. Replace the speaker wires or check them good for connection.
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