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Speakers inop. on kenwood reciever

My speakers suddenly stopped working, ive checked the internal fuse, wire connections,are there other possibilities. i have a kenwood integrated reciever/tuner

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The speaker protection circuit sounds to be engaged. This protects you speakers form damage if a fault condition occurs inside the amp. Generally speaking, unless you have good experience at fault finding electronics, then this may be a job for a repair guy. If you want to know more about diagnosing the problem, get back to me here. Good luck :)

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Posted on Feb 15, 2008

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