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LG HTD302SG-A2 Home theatre Audio problem

Hi, I have been using my home theater for two months then the audio became very low. The audio output is almost zero. I have checked the speakers and they are all wired ok. Please HELP

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Sound like bad amp, however many new devices are computer controlled... first step is to unplug from power for a minute, and check again. Bad conectors are a next best look.

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