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I just set up my water dancing speakers... one of them doesn't emit any sound. Lights and water work...just no sound. Is this normal?

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No it is not normal. Did you plug in the 3.5 mm plug into the headphone or speaker out port ? The Usb cable just powers the speakers. Check computer has both left and right speakers volume set correctly . Check the speaker icon right click on it . Check
Mixer and volume control .

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