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Amp comes on and i can barely get a little sound out of speakers but not like it used to be I have tried all of the controls and both speakers but I cant seem to find the problem. Please help

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Try running the 1/4 inch main outs to external amps. If they work, then the power amp module is the likely failure. Repair is difficult and not DIY type of repair.

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