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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-18-2008, 11:12 PM Thread Starter
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cord on the back of computer subwoofer

OK so on my computer I have a Klipsch sound system. On the back of the subwoofer there is this cable that plugs into it, circle with pins in the middle. Its always "disconnecting" and I have to wiggle it around for it to come back. When it "disconnect" the sound gets very muffled/quite and the light on the speakers goes dim. Iv always had these problems with these cords, how do I fix it?

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Re: cord on the back of computer subwoofer

I have the same problem. The speakers don't work when they're plugged in or the sound sucks right? Try plugging it in Half way. That will temp. fix it. I have to toy with it a bit and then they work.

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Re: cord on the back of computer subwoofer

Yup, no permanent fix? I was thinking about throwing some epoxy on this thing so it doesnt move, but then if it goes nuts I cant move it.

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tape?
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[quote author=ITHURTZ link=topic=120942.msg2549773#msg2549773 date=1219120896]
Yup, no permanent fix? I was thinking about throwing some epoxy on this thing so it doesnt move, but then if it goes nuts I cant move it.
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I don't have a permanent fix idea. Some one I was talking to said when dust gets into the systems it screws everything up and makes it all crackly. Maybe thats your problem? Ill let you know if anything else comes up

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Re: cord on the back of computer subwoofer

Hmm Ill have to blow it out and make it super clean then. It just seems over time the plug got loose, I dont even kick it.

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