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The woofer doesnt work think its blown is it fixable

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First, unplug the stereo speaker then open the back. you see the 2 wires attached to the woofer then test it by multi tester. if it moved it means its okay. check the wires for the loosen speakers. solder it and test it.

Posted on Oct 28, 2009

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