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Lasonic I931bt speakers not working

Once I have connected the power I don't get any sound from the speakers

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Got my ghetto blaster in today was supper exited. The left the tweeter and sub work only. No sound coming from right side... Wtf? I was gonna take it apart but the back says DO NOT OPEN SHOCK HAZARD..... That's scary.

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