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  1. I have a RSW-10D (220V version) since 2008. Lovely Sub, but it has died on me. I had given to the local Klipsch dealer in Dubai for repairs but they have returned it saying the power supply unit is blown. Can somebody help in suggesting if it can be repaired or does somebody have a working power supply to sell. Either options are fine with me. The images of the Power supply unit is attached here. Klipsch RSW-10D.docx
  2. Hi guys. I can’t find the old Subwoofer section; looks like it disappeared (or got moved somewhere?) so I want to see if someone can help me here. I bought a used RSW-10d with bad amp. Drivers look good, wires look good, fuse look good (not blown), but sub is dead- doesn’t make any sounds. If I plug it in and flip a power switch, LCD screen blinks blue once and goes grey/dead again. Does it look like an amp is blown or it could be something else? Control board? Bad LCD? Bad driver? Will an amp swap take care of it? Any experience on it? Any way to test these components? Any way to fix old blown amp? Other possible issues? Thanks for any input.
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