Switch speaker wires if sound switches then amp probably has a final amp ic.output problem. Try balance control and tape dubbing or loudness buttons to see if any are dirty.
May have to get repairs at a shop if the amp is worth saving.
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This would be easier to help you with pictures but I will give you the basics. There should be an input that is labeled either cassette deck or line in. That is where you will plug in the cassette player (that is coming from the output of the player) The cords should be red and white for left and right audio. The back of the tuner should have an output labeled something like preamp out. That will be any number of types of connectors but you should be able to find the right cables. From that output put that in the left/right channel of the amp. It may be labeled something like channel 1 channel 2 input. The speakers will go to the output to the speakers probably also labeled channel 1 and 2. If you post pictures of the backs of all of the equipment I will get more detailed.
For clock turn key on and stereo off. Press and hold the function button for 3-5 seconds. the clock should appear with the hours flashing. Use the up-down buttons to set hours. Push the right button to set the minutes. Now turn on the stereo with the source (or power) button and your done!
Remember key on stereo off. hold function, the rest will become second nature once you've done it a few times.
Tuner pre-sets are super easy. Tune to the station you want and then just hold the # button (1-6) that you want that station on for about 3 seconds. The channel your on, (e.i 104.9) will flash a couple of times and then stop flashing. When it stops flashing it's in the memory. Tune your next channel and hold # 2,3,4,5,6, If 6 isn't enough push BAND and your on FM-2 with 6 more pre-sets, Push it again for FM-3 with 6 more presets. Push it a 3rd time for the AM band with 6 pre-sets and one more time to get back to FM-1.
I woud examine the front panel indicators very carefully. Think about what your other inputs are that don't work. Besides all being from external components, are they non-stereo, or non analog, or ? What's common to them? The Multi-Channel function (button 5 alternate function on the Remote) would be a wild guess since on my Pioneer it overrides every other input. Not sure how the onbiard tuner is affected since I don't use it andI'm out of town for a few days or I'd try it.
I am having the exact same problem with my vauxhall corsa and my pioneer deh-6000ub its so annoying it works with the manufacture stereo soon as i connect my pioneer in it doesn't come alive (the HCB-400)
for audio system always you have left and right channels. get the output (left&right) from tuner---go to equalizer input left&right.---from equalizer output go to amplifier inputs.and certainly from amplifier output to speaker.