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Yamaha Receiver My receiver is not producing sound from the rear or center speakers or the subwoofer. We have tried all of the usual...securing wires, resetting the entire system. The problem occurred when someone who didn't know what they were doing forgot to turn the subwoofer on so when the system wasn't producing bass (duh), they tried to compensate by adjusting the controls on the display. Since they were clueless, they ended up pressing a whole bunch of buttons which messed up the system. It is supposed to be a 5 speaker system but since this happened, I get no surround sound and the subwoofer is "ON" but again, no sound production. PLEASE HELP

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