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    Default RM6750 Subwoofer question

    I went to turn on my sub the other day and got a static shock from the back of the speaker panel. Since then the power light does not light and there is no sound. Is there an easy fix for this type of problem or do I need to send the sub in to service? Maybe I blew a fuse? It worked fine before the static shock incident. Please reply if you can help me out.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Welcome to the forum. Unplug the sub from the wall, and try another outlet. If that doesn't work, UNPLUG it, take the back off, and you should see a small fuse. Try replacing it, and if that doesn't work, call Polk customer service tommorrow. The ph. # is at the top right corner of this page.
    Good luck
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    The small glass fuse, right? I found that and it looks blown. I will replace it and see what happens.


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