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The 2nd speaker doesn't work

The speaker that is connected to the "power" speaker doesn't play any music although it does do the normal sizzle thing when the music is off and on...I have tried everything that I could think of.....changed the component wires, changed the input wires, shook the speakers (nothing is loose) and thats all i could think of nothin is working for me

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  • duane sneed Jan 17, 2007

    Btw the left speaker does work when I put the line directly into the speaker but the sound is faint

  • Anonymous Jan 17, 2008

    I have the same problem, I will try and repair mine

  • duane sneed Jan 17, 2008

    I found when i use the phono jack on the back as an input then both speakers work so It might be something internal with the rca jacks

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Same problem here
...thought about bying a new speaker but /after googeling :this is a common problem now i guess , due to the vibration there is an solderpoint problem .

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Will try and troubleshoot, mine does the same

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