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New GPX Home Music System - no sound

New system out of the box - plugged in, speakers plugged in, cd spinning, not on mute - no sound. Tried radio - no sound.

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Unfortunately, GPX has, in my experience, a poor reputation for quality. I wouldn't delay either exchanging it or filing a warranty claim once you are sure you have done your homework and have things set up correctly.   

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