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I don't know what happend

Hi ,may be you guys can help me.I dont have any sound comming out of speakers and messege headphones engeged keep on poping out.I never use head phones on Onkyo.What should i do.may be reset it some how.?

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Check multi channel output make sure it is Speakers A or B and connect accordingly.

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