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- connections are correct ("sub out" from your receiver to the right input on your sub, as per the owner's manual for a single-cable connection);
- the sub is powered on (fuse is OK); and
- the receiver and cable work fine with a different sub.

- check the volume ("Subwoofer Level" - is it off or too low? Try "ten o'clock" for starters); and
- check the crossover ("Frequency Cut-Off" - set it to 150Hz).

If that doesn't work, check to see if the sub works using the speaker level inputs. (L+R speaker-level outputs from the receiver to the speaker-level inputs on the sub; then out from the sub's L+R speaker-level outputs to the speakers.)

Finally, try connecting your sub to another receiver's LFE output.
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