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My speakers were on but would not play any sound. I removed the fuse and then put it back in and now the speakers will not turn on

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Put you fuse back correctly and check fuse is ok or not and install your sound driver's if they are installed so go to control panel and then go to sound option and click on advance and chose your speaker like 5.1,4.1 or any other you know which 1 and then click apply and then check your sound that's all

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