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My Logitech Z-640 Computer Speakers emit no sound

I have checked all mute buttons and connections and cannot find a problem with the speakers. I found that the volume was low on the biggest speaker but when I turned it up the music played 'crackily' and briefly. Is there a bigger problem going on? This computer is ancient and recently experienced a power outage.

Thanks for any help you may have to offer me =)

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