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Anonymous Feb 11, 12:26am - #101172 
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subs

Today i noticed that one of my subs wasnt working. I went throught all the wiring and it looked good. I even connected the wires from the good one over to the bad one and nothing. Is it possible for a sub to just burn out? I mean even when a speaker blows you still can hear sound from it.Any ideas?
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Grand-Touring-Dan Feb 11, 12:55am - #101173 
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Blow a fuse?

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Originally Posted by Grand-Touring-Dan
Blow a fuse?
No cause all the wiring is good. Its feeding power to the sub its just not playing.
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Eyger Feb 11, 8:29am - #101175 

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When it's relatively quiet around, push lightly on the sub that isin't working, and if it makes a scraping sound on the inside, that means that the spider is damaged. Or the voilcoil itself has gone ary. If you hear those sounds, it's a dead give away that you need a new sub, or need to get it serviced.

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