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No sound. Unit installed into a SeaRay 25' boat. Powering 2 speakers in cabin, and 2 speakers on the deck. Unit worked fine until I played with the fader than i had no sound at all. I reset the unit and turned it back on and it played but than shut down and now nothing.

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Disconnect speakers one by one and reset the unit each time. If the speaker is blown, or the wires are frayed, it will shut down the internal amp. Also check the fuse in the back of the radio first, it should be near the wire harness. Power cycle the unit as well, unplug it from the power source, plug it back in. Hope this helps.

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