Also try checking the cable as well. Many powered subs do usually have a fuse on the back of the amplifier. It will have a screw in the center you can remove and the fuse is inside. I would try that and see if that is the problem. If not it could be the power supply in the amplifier too.
Boston Acoustic gave me the for United Repair to fix the subwoofer under warranty. It looks like will have to pay for shipping it to them. Does anyone know the cheapest way to ship a subwoofer? They are pretty heavy.
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