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If you want to drive a separate amplifier with speakers somewhere you could replace the Main Channel Pre-Out jumpers with an RCA-Y-adapter and slave the second amp and speakers to this unit's volume controls; or you could attach a second amplifier to either TAPE REC OUT pair and the external amp and speakers would have independent control of volume locally.
first check your input cable-disconnect it and check if the problem finished---you will have a problem in input(cable or device)-start with another cable then your input device. if the problem still check your out put cables(speakers cables)for short circuit or touch the bare wire with amplifier body.-try to clean volume controls with spray contact cleaner---confirm good connection in amplifier rear and in speakers rear.
The jumpers are there to connect the preamp section to the power amp section and are required for the receiver to opperate properly. Make sure the receiver is set to the proper input, in this case: CD. If there are A/B speaker connections, be sure the receiver is set to match the connectors you're using. If there is still no sound, profesional service will be required.