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Fisher MT272 Stereo intermittant speaker problem

The speakers seem skittish, but it's not the speakers, as they work on other stereos. Sometimes one speaker works, then they both work for a little bit, then neither work. The speakers and speaker wire are OK. Should I start digging in the stereo, and if so, what should I replace and/or look for? Thanks.

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Check the power supply and power amp board for loose connections.
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