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  • B00718 Nov 07, 2008

    Speaker wires were reversed on front speaker thanks to the cleaning lady accidently pulling the speaker wire out.  A better first attempt than fuses.  


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I had this problem happen to me a couple times until i noticed that the first fuse near the power cord kept blowing. either change it or get surge protection cicuitry

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Check your fuses sounds like one may of blownout

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