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Cordless phone, no power

I have a creek 5350 amp. For a bit I can not get stereo sound out of it. I have rearranged the leads at the back and I have my speakers playing the same. Your help would be greatly appreciated Thanks

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Are you saying its taking a long time for the sound to come out of the speakers?? or that theres no sound at all?? If its taking a long time check the resistance of each speaker to see that a componet in the crossover or the speaker didnt short.If you take all the speakers and if theres supost to be a relay for protection and you hear it click then the amp is good or has an out put stage problem like bad poutput devices or blown driver transistors. Need alittle more info if you could Thanks.

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