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Teac AG-V8520 When I connected all the speakers in the Teac AG-V8520 no sound is coming out even if i put the volume up. I tried to connect the front speakers to spakers A & B and the other speakers to corresponding input but to no avail. Please help me before i bring it to the technician. There is no Teac service center here in the Philippines

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  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2009

    I have the same problem with a TEAC AG-V8525. I tried unplugging it for a whle, and it came back on for a short time then went off again with "protect". Have not been able to get it working again. Would appreciate any help!

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Same problem exactly

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