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turn both phone bluetooth and speaker bluetooth off. then turn them back on. the speaker's light should be flashing indicating its searching for a device to pair with. as its flashing make sure your phones bluetooth is visible and searching. they will pair and your phone will tell you and the speakers light should quit flashiing and just remain on.
I had a similar problem with my stereo receiver not long ago. The problem ended up being a short in one of the speakers. If your speakers are powered separately from the receiver, it might be that one of them was damaged due to the storm. The short would cause the amplifier to shut down as soon as the speakers are turned on.
The easiest way to check this is to disconnect all the speakers, turn the surround sound on and then reconnect them one at a time to find which speaker is causing the problem.
If you don't know how to connect this... well we don't either because you did not tell us what your sound system is. The larger plug is what is known as a "Speakon" connector and is a fairly reliable speaker connection that is used now. For your use you will PROBABLY use either of the 1/4 inch jacks with a cable from the amp that will drive the monitor(s). If you have multiple monitors you will daisy chain them using the 1/4 inch jacks and SPEAKER rated cables creating a string of speakers with input going into one and an output from the same one to the next speaker and so on...USUALLY you will be limited to two speakers per amp output...
You have entered the wrong SIM password so it is locked. You can unlock it easily. You have to call your network service provider and ask for PUK code. They can ask you SIM no. which is printed at the back of SIM card.
Then you can enter the PUK code and use the phone again.
Revert in case of any problem.
The volume may be muted. In Windows, look at the volume
control (speaker) icon on the taskbar. If it is crossed-out, click on
the icon and deselect the Mute option.
• The speakers may be turned off. Press Fn-F8 to turn the speakers
on (this hot key also turns the speakers off).
• The volume level may be too low. In Windows, look at the volume
control icon on the taskbar. Fn-? Volume up Increases the sound volume.
Fn-? Volume down Decreases the sound volume.
hi im josh a mobile phone technician in cebu phils, may i help you? Friend if that would be your prblem that your speaker won't work then that is very simple.A speaker is a hardware in the cellphone that cannot be damage easily but always be foreseen as damage because it is very sensitive especially when the phone was dropped. Friend the problem of your speaker is only a disconnection the filament of the speaker to the board is disconnected or misaligned. all you have to do is firmly screwed the phone properly and dont use casing the may tighten very much your phone coz this may cause disconnection.just tighten firmly correctly the screw of the phone.it will solve the problem. good luck. vote me so that i will know if i helped you so.thanks