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  1. I have done a search and am not finding much for results, but my RW-10d died the other day. I turned it on, it made a crackle and died. The fuse is blown, but the board looks fine, no blown or melted resistors. I found one post where the users had replaced the MOSFETs and stated theirs were working again, but that was almost 6 years ago and I was wondering if it was still working, or did it at least last a year or two? I know most people replace the plate amp, but that's almost half the price of a new sub and I would prefer to not do that. If it comes to that then I will just upgrade to a new one, as long as they're not having the same problems as I see many have. I contacted klipsch for advice and have yet to hear anything back from them also. And, if I can't fix it, what is comparable as a replacement?
  2. I own an rw-10d sub and recently it has started turning itself off while audio is playing. The screen will still light up, but the sub just intermittently cuts out, and then comes back later. Increasing the volume to very high levels makes it come back on most of the time. It also has started humming sometimes at random when the amp is off. It's humming is loud enough that it will wake me up at night (it's in the bedroom). Any ideas as to what the problem may be? I have been looking on the forum to see if others have had a similar issue but I haven't seen anything.
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