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No volume My 97 Honda Accord need to have the front door replaced due to a traffic accident. After i removed the door and installed the new one I decided to try the existing speaker and when I turned the reciver on , Protect came up on the display screen. I used the rest button and now the tuner comes on but no sound is coming from the speakers ?? Any suggestions...

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Protect is on because one of your speaker's or wires is shorted out. It comes on to protect the amp from frying, check ALL of your wiring and speakers for shorts to ground, NONE of the speaker wires should go to chassis ground only the stereos negative (-) speaker termina.l
Checking your speaker is easy, take a (D) cell battery and a couple of wires and connect the wires to the speaker, you should hear a click if the speaker is working properly. Good Luck
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