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Possible broken speaker

One of my surround speakers, SB-FS731 isn't putting out any sound. I checked the wires connected to both it and the sub-woofer and they both seem to be fine. I also did a sound test and it still didn't work. What would be my next step?

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You must determine if subwoofer amp or speaker are bad.Take the good surround speaker and move it to the bad side.If the good speaker does not produce audio the the amplifer is bad.If you use the good speaker in either surround output and it works then your speaker is bad.If you take the small speaker apart the panasonic part number is stamped on the magnet.Locate a service center that will order it for you.

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