Question about Pioneer Audio Players & Recorders
First make sure you have phonograph and everything else plugged in where it belongs. or better yet unplug everything and start over. plug in just one source or just use the tuner. make sure that the speaker wires are not shorting out on the back of the amp or at the speakers. if there is a speaker switch on the front (for speaker A or Speaker B) make sure speaker A is pressed in (if you hooked up Speaker A on the back (you may not necessarily have speaker switchs.) make sure when you try the tuner that it is tuned to a good solid station. If after all of the above it still doesn't work, maybe the move caused somthing to come loose inside
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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