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No sound on Any Speaker

I Have a MRD20037 Magnavox home theater, perfectly wired and installed and yet theres no sound on any speaker

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Magnavox would suggest the following as would I

  • Increase the speaker volume
  • Disconnect the headphones
  • Switch on the selected source or select another source
  • Reconnect the speakers
  • Change and play another disc
  • Swap speaker connections

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