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No External Audio sound

I attempted to connect a subwoofer to the external audio connection without an amplifier. I heard a loud pop and now I get no audio from the audio output jacks. Is there a fuse that could have blown? If so where is it?

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You have to turn ON the Internal Mute for audio to be directed to the audio out jacks

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