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Fornt speakers does not have any sound.

Last year i bought Panasonic SC-HT930 System and all worked correctly. Two days ago when i was listening to music i noticed that the fornt speakers ( Left & Right) does not have any sound. I checked the cables and there is no loos connection. all seakers working except front speakers.

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Remove the front speakers cables from the rear-remove surround speaker cables from the rear and put them in the place of front speaker-run a music if you get good sound the problem in your front speakers(speaker or its cable)-if you got nothing you will have a problem in your system itself and need to fix in service center.

Posted on Jun 02, 2008

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