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I have some speakers and on of them just went dead. what do i do

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First try swapping the leads on the problem speaker with one that works(if it works you have a amp/receiver problem,if not,check the suspected speaker wire with a continuity tester or multimeter set in the infinite ohms position) or you can just swap it out with one you know is good.unfortunately without knowing the exact type of speaker & configuration i'm limited on the advice i can give you.if this does'nt work then let me know,& i'll research the problem further.thanx for using fix-ya.please rate all replys.

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