Repairing sub outputs & Y-cable red/white identification

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  1. Peter Overduin

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    First, the sub out on the back of my Denon 1803 is loose, with the result that the sub does not work except when hold the cable in a certain position. Anyone have any experience fixing this, or is it a 'technician' reapir? I don't want to open the box if I can't do it anyway, since it might void the warranty. Any help would be, well, helpful. thx!

    Seccond, I have a AR Master series silver directional Y connector for the subwoofer cable. It is the self-tightening type, however, both screw mechanisms were off the Y cable itself and there does not seem to be any way to know which was the red, and which was the white. Any thoughts? Thx again
     
  2. Wayne A. Pflughaupt

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    Peter,

    If it’s under warranty, then take it in for service. That’s what warranties are for! [​IMG]

    Regarding the y-cable, the same signal goes to both sides. It doesn’t matter which is red or white.

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