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Power comes on but speakers do not make noise

I have a Teac AG-D8900. Last week as I was hooking up speakers, with the power to the unit on. (I know ?idiot?) Everything was gonig great unil something hit the wrong thing and now no sound. Is there a fuse that went?

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Hey! If your speakers work when you run the automatic setup for channel control and balance (FL, FC, FR, RL, RR and subwoofer) the the culpret is probably a button on the front panel (to the left of the volume know called "Digital Input". With a component on and running an audio signal, push that button until it cycles through the list of available inputs. You may find that this will fix the problem.
This has happend to me a couple of times, when one of the kids has accidentally pushed the Digital Input button while plugging in an aux source.
Hope this helps.

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Stereo Tech: yes their is a fuse inside that possibly opened, but does the unit show PROTECT across the display? if not you may have goten lucky and just did a fuse small PC board just behind the transformer. Good Luck

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