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Blown speaker One of the speakers on my jensen isn't working anymore which is causing all of my records to play a lot higher that usual. The music is only coming out of one speaker and when i plug it in, the broken one buzzes and thumps. How do i fix it?

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Swap the speakers around to make certain it's the amp that causing the problem. Since stereo amps are two mono amps put together you have one good channel to compare the other one with. Sometimes a visual inspection will show what's wrong with it.

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