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Volume My stereo's volume is not working. I can hear the radio and stuff but the volume is not loud. I don't know if a speaker is blown or an amp isn't working. Please help me resolve this issue. I have a Sharp CD-XP5500

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    i have a radio just like that that makes a bussing noise so I have to unplug it to make it stop HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Check for any blown fuse on the board with the power transformer.

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