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Speakers 3 of the five speakers are not working is this a big problem or something I can try at home and check by removing the back cover. (some kind of test)

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Befor go deeper check your cable first -take the cable from the good one and test the three bad speakers with it-if no good result the problem is in the speaker itself or in the system-test bad speaker with good cable in the place of good speaker if it is working the problem in your system output itself not the speaker.do this for the other two speakers

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