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No sound I have connected the speakers but no sound, the cassette tape is moving as if there is sound but the speakers are not working. I do no that the speakers are good. What could be the problem

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Use your speaker to another unit if it working, if not then the problem is your speaker,other checking technic use a multitester set it to X1 check the lead connection of the speaker if has a resistance 4ohms or 8.

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