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My speakers are working, and i can hear them very faint but i cant seem to hear music at full volume

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1-try another media(other music source).
2-disconnect your speaker cables and reconnect it again..
3-bring an a contact cleaner from radio shack and apply it over volume control.while you are moving it forward and backward.
also apply some spray in the socket where you plug your speaker jacks

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