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No output from main outputs

I have output on the headphone jack, but not the main speaker outputs. Any ideas for troubleshooting? Does the two wire lead coming out of the same back panel location as the input lead have any effect on output?

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Apply a spray contact cleaner in headphone socket(the place where you put your headphone jack)-and insert the jack in and out many times because it maybe problem inside-check your speaker cable for good condition.and firmly connected.

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