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JVC TH-M606 MY SOUROUND SYSTEM IS WORKING AND AND THE SPEAKERS ARE WORKING FINE. THE SPEAKERS FEED OUT OF THE WOOFER BOX. THE LED ON THE WOOFER BOX IS LIT. THERE IS NO BASS REGARDLESS WHAT VOLUME ITS ON. ALL INTERNAL FUSES ARE GOOD

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You need to take apart tthe sub woofer and check the connection to bass speaker for continuity. It sounds like an internal broken connection to speaker on sub woofer unit.

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Be prepared, the cost is ridiculous. $110.16 at JVC's service site.

http://www.jvcservice.com/Service/JPartInq.asp?PgReq=DspDta&PrtNbr=CR250006-01

Or you could just find one that fits properly and use it instead. They are not the best woofer around and are very over-priced.

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