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KLH R3100 My buddy was hooking up some speakers to his KLH receiver,and possibly without looking at the volume control... which may have been cracked to the top... turned on his system. He now does not get any sound from the speakers and has a display on his receiver that shows a picture of a speaker with a X over it. Any thoughts?

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Try pushing the speaker button under the power button on the front.

Posted on Aug 16, 2007

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