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The loud speaker doesn't work .

My loud speaker do not work , he is fixed correctly

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    Frank Allik May 11, 2010

    you gotta be kidding...is that really all you got, MORE INFOOOOOOOOOOO brand size wattage how you powering it

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Hi there. With speaker disconnected. use an ohm meter to check the continuity of the speaker voice coil. (speaker terminals) Should be 1 to 3 ohm. If no continuity, bad speaker voice coil.
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