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How to fix a Samson XP40iw Speaker PA System

It does not sound, has a full battery charge, the red bulb at the back blinks only when the sound level is way up. but no sound comes out. It was working great until a week ago. What can that be?

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Have you checked the cables? If that doesn't fix it, you probably have a loose connection inside between the "mixer" unit and "amp" unit

Posted on Jul 25, 2012

  • EHR1960 Jul 28, 2012

    Mark, thanks a lot will open the speaker in the backa and check for any loose connections. Will let you know

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