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No sound is coming out

The mute button on remote doesn't seem to be affecting anything. Volume control does nothing either. All speakers look like they are hooked up correctly. The system was working fine and then suddenly : no sound. We think we could have touched something by accident on the remote - but whatever the problem is, its not the mute button.

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Look for a button on the unit or remote for turning speakers on end off, Or when you go into the unit menu, Watch with the functions if it stays something about the speakers, Turnig them on or off, If you don,t come across any of this stuff, Get a manual for it, End see if you can find any thing about it in the manual, In the trouble shooting (Section) If you don,t have a manual for it, Try manuals online.com

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