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I have no sound coming from my speakers. Have tried all the troubleshooting option and still have the defect.

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1-make sure that digital input source is selected.
2-make sure all audio connecting plugs are pushed in all the way.
3-make sure that polarity of speakers is correct.and the bare wire of cables not in contact with any metal part.
4-make sure that speakers cables not short with each other.
5-check volume and confirm that is not set to low level.
6-check that system is not in mute position.
7-head phone jack is not inserted.
8-repeat your speakers set up and confirm all speakers are on and in good sound level.

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