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My speakers are not pushing out they are sucking in.

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YOUR SPEAKERS ARE HOOKED UP IN REVERSE PHASE. CHECK YOUR SPEAKER WIRE AT BOTH ENDS. POSITVE WIRE TO POSITIVE WIRE AND NEGATIVE WIRE TO NEGATIVE WIRE.
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