I replaced the fuse with a new one, turned on the subwoofer, no power light indicator and it hummed and popped another fuse. I replaced the fuse with another new one and I disconnected the RCA cable and turned the volume and crossover down to their minimum setting. Turned on the subwoofer again. Hummed again and no power light indicator. Turned it off. This sucks. I can't afford this. The subwoofer is 3 years old and out of warranty. Huge and awkward to move. Thankfully the repair centre is not far, but I'll be lucky to get the thing into my car again. If this costs too much to repair I'll be pretty cranky. I bought this because it had a clipping protection circuit. I admit the DVD seemed to be mastered with higher than normal volume levels, but this shouldn't have happened. Who knows, my sub might have been ready to blow any second, but it was an odd experience and that DVD is loud. Most DVD's I have to set at -8 to -6 dB but this thing required -15 dB to not be too loud! And my subwoofers volume was at 12 o'clock and the Marantz receivers subwoofer level was 0 or below 0 dB as it always is. I don't play my subwoofer loud.