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B speaker doesnot get on.

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can please advise i can on speaker B. when i press the button on there is only found diplay but no relay comes nor in gets on. please confirm any body how i soloved this problem.

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Switch fiorst your A speakers to B. see if nothing is changed and the speakers connected to B still doesnt work.

The switch for the speakers could not be cleaned my friend. it is a microtac switch only sending a small signal to the relay circuit to activate the speaker relay. but still good chance of microswitch malfunction since set A is working, no problem with your amp.

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Apply a good contact cleaner in this button and press it many times.confirm good connection between amplifier output and speaker b.connect speaker A insted of speaker B if it is working the problem will be in cabel and speaker B if not the problem in your amp output stage.

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