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Hooking up stock speakers

I can not get any sound from my speakers. What am I doing wrong other then being ignorant about hooking up speakers

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Is there a external jack for a speaker or head phones? If there is try your head phones or ext speaker. If you look inside your case you will see that the speaker wires go from the sound board to the jack to the speakers. Some times the jack gets something in it or stuck open and it doesnt let the sound go to the speakers

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