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Please check the following:-1-power plug is connected to wall outlet.
2-it is switched on,3- sound source is selected(dvd-cd-vcr)4-volume level not in low position-setup of speaker is properly set.5-speakers cables are firmly connected.6-no mute switch is depressed.
7-speaker button is depressed.

Posted on Jul 22, 2008

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