Mission m7s subwoofer problems - anyone help?

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by Lameway, Oct 1, 2004.

  1. Lameway

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    Just need a bit of advice from you guys and gals..

    I've got a set of Missions m7s speakers and sub and suddenly the sub has stopped working - i'm getting no noise during test tones (or during audio).

    I don't play movies/music loud - to be honest I've watched about 10 films on the setup in the 7 months approx. i've had it! I leave the whole setup always plugged in and the sub sits in standby - is this ok or should I turn it off after long times of unuse? There used to be a light on glowing red to show standby I think, but now there is no light :(

    I've changed the fuse in the plug - no change. There's a fuse in the sub itself (11A) so i'm going to buy one of those tomorrow, but I thought they were only there to stop you blowing the sub if you went too loud etc - am I wrong?

    Do the subs just 'go' and I'll need to get it repaired?

    Any advice would be helpful!
     
  2. Ian J

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    Sometimes a fault will just develop or a power spike will happen that blows the fuse and luckily for you it is within the warranty period. If the change of fuse doesn't work you should take it back for repair or exchange.

    I leave my sub on all the time and have done ever since I bought my first one, ten years ago
     

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