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No soumd i have a ampeg bass combo it has power but no sound. can you help me please. tanx gus p.

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Theres power but no sound, check the cable connections to the speaker, there might be disturbances during vibration that got the cable disconnected or loose, if connections are fine than most likely you have a defective sound IC, need a technician to Identify the IC for you to replace it and test the item. cheers.

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