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Marty Barnett Posted on Feb 03, 2007
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No sound Have replaced speakers, need to figure out where amplifier is, do not think it is the capicator. Any ideas?

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You can find the amplifier NEAR the cable connector from speaker. it is usually looks like a comb in standing position attatched to a aluminum heatsink. good luck!

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