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No Sound I get power to the receiver but get no sound out of the system. I have checked all of the connections and still no sound, not even a hiss. Anybody with any ideas? Is there a fuse to protect the speakers? We had a big thunder/lightning storm last night, but the system wasn't turned on.

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  • Anonymous Mar 08, 2009

    No sound from the system. Everthing appears to operate properly. Is there a reset or fuse in the sub-woffer? If so, hoe do you get inside the sub?

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I cleaned the main speaker lead contacts, and IT WORKS.

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