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A mess! i set up the whole thing and front left speaker was not working.. the speaker itself works.. have another similar creative soundsystem so i tested on that.. when i changed back to the S750 no speakers had sound.. control pod lights up, no blinking.. and all speakers work with the other system.. and i have tested every wire.. just no sound.. any ideas?

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Pls check your audio cable conection. bye

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