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I get no sound at all

The cd player does not appear to be working. I can not "hear" it go around. There is no sound for the radio or even the buzzer on the alarm. the time appears to be ok Please helP! :)

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Make sure put volume on it unmute the sound. Possiblities: 1. You have a blown speakers 2. You have a power problem going into your unit. The clock display power is separated on that unit so its seem ok. You need to check the fuse and the continuity of the cord, but todo so u need to open that unit to access the module. Hope this may help you. pls rate me.

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