PSW505 12-Inch Powered Subwoofer - Dead on arrival

I have just received my brand new PSW505 subwoofer - unfortunately it will not power on at all ( the light at the back does not light up in any color ).

I have tried switching power sockets and checked the cable with voltage meter while plugged into socket - all OK , I also tried changing switch positions at the back panel- but the sub just wont power on no matter what I do.




  • FestYboyFestYboy Posts: 3,141
    This may be obvious, but there is a main power switch right above the AC plug... And there should be a fuse right below it.
  • DanZDanZ Posts: 5
    edited April 2018
    Power switch was turned on, no fuse accessible from back panel
  • DanZDanZ Posts: 5
    Correction - found the fuse drawer - fuse is busted - will replace tomorrow
  • DanZDanZ Posts: 5
    Right - changed busted fuse - now enjoying deep bass from my PSW505 :blush:

    Whats odd was that it was supplied with a busted fuse - or the fuse burned when first plugged in.

    Fingers crossed there wont be anymore electrical issues :wink:
  • deronb1deronb1 Posts: 4,403
    Glad it was an easy fix. Enjoy for years to come!
  • DanZDanZ Posts: 5
    So long as the house remains in place with all the wall trembling - I'm most certain that I will :wink:
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