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I have 2 psw810, and one of them are blown. how
Generally speaking if the voice coil is actually 'blown' (accepted too much power therefore reads as a short when connected to an ohmmeter) It would be cheaper to purchase a new sub woofer.
90% of the speaker manufacturing price is in the voice coil. The cage, driver and dustcap as well as the surround are inexpensive components.
I would suggest testing the voice coil with an ohmmeter first before you decide what to do. If the meter doesn't read a short then its likely a TV repair shop can reconnect the lead that attaches the terminal to the voice coil.
on Aug 11, 2009
Honda CRV Radio Code Error
My car (2005 Honda CRV) was shipped overseas and the radio asked for a code. After several tries, I searched the internet for a solution. Apparently Honda now allows you to obtain the code through their provided website. You will need the VIN #, the phone number and zip code that is on file when you purchased the car. Our car was purchased used and did not come with a manual. When I went to enter the code in I had already entered too many tries, now it reads ERROR E.
However, even before having the code (as well as now that it reads ERROR E) I can get the radio working. Push in preset buttons 1 and 6 and push in the power button simultaneously. A long number appears - at that point I pushed preset button 2 and the radio operated normally. Unfortunately, I do need to do this each time I turn the radio on.
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21 hours ago
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