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Loose plug, & adjustments

I just bought a used 1011s, & found out it has a short in the plug. I move it & loose anywhere from 1 speaker, to complete power. is there an easy fix for this problem?
Also can anyone help with how to adjust the settings? Front, back, left, right,bass, treble& so on. Thank you for any & all help.

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There is a button that says aud on it and you can do it from there!

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