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Old 10-17-2019, 08:09 PM   #1
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You can see in my description that my main viewing home theater involves a home theater in a box from Yamaha, but roughly a year ago, I replaced the sub with an Onkyo which my Pops' gave to me when he bought a Pol sub for his home theater. I've never had a problem up until about a couple of hours ago when I went to watch The Exorcist III. I keep it unplugged when not in use as it's the only accessory in my setup not connected to a surge protector. I generally plug it in before I turn my receiver on but I realized I had forgotten to when the movie started. I got up and plugged it in and it lit up for a couple of seconds then powered back down. I restarted everything (unplugged the sub, turned everything off, plugged in the sub then turned everything back on) and now it acts as if it's not receiving any LFE (which makes it automatically turn on). I fooled around with it for about 45 minutes trying different inputs, running a sound check test, and even trying a different cable from the sub to the receiver and got nothing. I turned everything off and unplugged the sub and left it for an hour hoping that if I just left it alone for a bit, everything would start up correctly. Tried it a few minutes ago and it still wont's turn on. Does anyone have any recommendations or tricks to try to possibly get it working or am I screwed?
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Old 10-18-2019, 04:07 AM   #2
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How long have your Father had the subwoofer before he gave it to you, and how old is it?
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