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No sound coming from one of the jacks

I have a set of philips speakers,38watts,on the back of the sub woofer is the white and red jacks,one side is not working.

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Please check if your sound balance is in the middle

also try to insert the jacks properly

hope this solves your problem

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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