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Old 31st March 2009, 03:45 AM   #1
mrfix90 is offline mrfix90  United States
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Angry Need help with Klipsch 2.1 Promedia Please

My promedia is dead. No light at control panel. I checked the voltage at control panel , I get 14 volts for yellow wire but i am getting 2 volts for green wire.

I don't know it's suppose to be like this or not. am I suppose to get 14 volts also for green wire?

I opened both the sub and control panel. There is no light on control panel. So. I am little bit confused ,, is it the sub or the control panel which one is dead or defective. I would appreciate any help.

I have pretty good at electronics, but don't know about this project where to start

Please help !!!
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