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No sound Started to wire aux. speakers and accidental touched the two speaker wires together and now no sound

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If you had the speaker wires shorted for a while and boosted your audio waioting for a sound then your audio power amp must be busted. If this model comes with a protection fuse, then it usually blows the fuse and just replace it otherwise if it's a type that doesn't use then only reason why no sound is busted power output amp.

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