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Volume high but no sound only a very low static sound

All my Speakers are plugged in correctly but for some reason no sound. volumer is all the way up and all i hear is a very low static. i have checked everything and all forums but can't find anything that has helped i really hope someone can help i don't want to go buy a new one.

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Make sure the unit is not swiched to tape monitor. Check to see if all inputs and outputs are wired properly. Unplug unit and let it sit unpowered for a half hour to reset micro-processor which may have locked up. When you power it up again, listen for click of speaker relays. Make sure to turn volume down BEFORE you power up. If none of these work, take unit to pro tech for check up. It just might be a simple fix, cheaper than replacement. Good luck.

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