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No sound will come out of the speaker. I plug in the headphones and there's sound coming out of there, but nothing out of the speaker. It's a brand new amp. I just got it tonight. why can't i get sound? Peavey KB2.

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It sounds like to me that you blew the speaker. We here at Pro Line Music are Peavey dealers. If you can not check for continuity of the speaker you can bring or send it in. 215-736-8055

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