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SPEAKERS PROBLEM THE SPEAKERS ARE NOT WORKING WELL BECAUSE THEY GIVE OUT FAINT SOUND(SOUND THAT CAR NOT BE HARD 1M AWAY FROM THE SPEAKERS).BUT I LATER DISCOVERED THAT IT IS THE PORT OF THE SPEAKERS THAT ARE HAVING PROBLEMS. PLEASE WHAT IS THE SOLUTION TO THIS PORT PROBLEMS

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