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Help One Day I Was Playing My Music Very Loud And My Receiver Just Went Out. The Only Light That Comes On Is The Bass Boost. What Should I Do?

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Over powered the system i would say

could be you blew the system but put on receiver fm and see if the music is normal it could be that you just put the music on too high on those little speakers

how old the system

overall replace system with new system if over all dont come on

Posted on May 07, 2008

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