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Remote Speaker Not Working.

Hi. I have a set of speakers where the remote speaker does not produce any sound. I think the problem is in the circuit board. I made a connection from each lug of one speaker to the corresponding lug on the other speaker and the speaker produced sound. I completed an Ohms check of the wire between the remote speaker and circuit board and it was ok. Without the schematic, I trace any further. Any suggestions? Thank you for your time. Andrew Lynn (818) 394-4329

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Try downloading the audio codecs for that matter. Go to this link:

http://www.free-codecs.com/XP_Codec_Pack_download.htm

Download it. When a box appears, Click Run button. 

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SOURCE: Speaker's universal remote code

If you don't have a code book for the remote then you will not be able to establish a link to your unit.

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SOURCE: I cannot locate AC adapter for speakers MIL 699 remote speakers

I found the AC adapter for the speakers 120 Volts AC in and output 7volts 500Ma

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