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Whats wrong with my speakers

I loaned a neighbor my speakers and he says that when they were changing a song it just stopped working, I've tried the speakers with two different receivers and nothing, no sound. The fuses look fine. One of the receivers also flashed PROTECT when I was trying to get sound. what could be the problem

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It could be an internal short circuit. open and check all wires and solderings, plus the state of the crossover filter.

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