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  • Dave DeGain
    Dave DeGain May 11, 2010

    And how do you expect anybody to help you if we have no idea what type of equipment you are using or what you may have tried to get the problem solved?



    The make and model is a good place to start. There is no universal answer to "no sound coming from my speakers", except maybe, turn up the volume.



    It would also help if I knew what type of things are lit up in the display. Anything you don't normally see? Like the "Tape Monitor" or "Mute"?



    I would be happy to help you more, but there is just not enough information to give you a good answer.

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Do you still have the problem with your receiver? If so, please provide more detail as I requested before and I may be able to help you.

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IF YOU ARE NOT GETTING A LOUD POP WHEN THE MACHINE IS POWERED ON.......

1) Make sure that the wires on the terminals below are still connected to the screws. There is one ground and one each for left and right. The lower the tap the lower the (max) volume of the jukebox.If they are not connected there will be no sound.
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There is a jumpers on the terminal strip where the volume control connects. Make sure that these connections are correct and tight. Also make sure that the jumpers did not fall off.
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Check all all your connections against the pic.

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