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I read your reply to try another speaker. My system has speaker wires that merge into one computer type plug. I have had problems with the one speaker's volume going way low until you "stomp" the floor. It happens for a few days and then is fine for a month or so. Any suggestions.

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The next time it happens, try "thumping" the low speaker instead of the floor, it's probably a connection problem inside. I would need a lot more info about the system to even guess about a better diagnosis.

Hope that is a little helpful, anyway.

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