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Stereo don't work in my 1990 lexus ls 400 the fuse was blown and i bought it reconstrucked title but it looks new but the stereo turns on but theres no noise how do i fix it cause i want to do it myself

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First you do ,looked for the wiring of the speaker is ok ,and checked the speaker itself if ok ,if the speaker is ok .Then the problem is in the power amplifier the chip IC there is defected . change that IC so the performance back to normal again..

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