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Sherwood AX4103 Amplifier Problem

I recently came about a Sherwood amplifier. Problem is, it powers up fine, display works and all, but there is no sound comign through. Volume knob works fine, and as far as i can see the wiring is solid. I've connected it to two crappy speakers, but nothing using the auxillary input. Any help or info greatfully recieved.

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