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Back speakers have stopped working

My front speakers are working fine but I had to wrap my mute cable as it was grounding out and when I put it all back in both my back speakers don't work. What could this be? I've already checked all the wiring.

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Try Doing Grounding The Mute Cable To Somethign Else And MAke Sure Its Not Touching Anything And Make Sure Your Soeaker Wires Arnt Touching Each other

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