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'05 Nissan altima factory stereo..... I had removed my stereo to remove a cd that had got stuck.. Once I put the stereo back and connected it I have no sound from all my speakers once I turn on my stereo... Can you help me please?????

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It sounds like u didn't put the speaker connector thoroughly! Putting the stereo back might have disconnected the connection. Check it again!

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