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I connected the speakers but can get no sound. I've hooked the wires into the back speakers connectors - one into the red and one into black, then I hried both into red, and then tried both into black. NO SOUND. No problem with power, making setting changes..I tried radio then I put in CD. I see cd SPINNING - AGAIN NO SOUND

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Take a look cause the device may be on mute ..if it has a mute button be sure it is in the correct position
Be sure you plug the speakers in the out-put ...audio out-put ..and after that raze the volume ...and be sure is not muted..

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