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I have a Marantz ST100. Speakers not playing after making a loud POP sound.

I have a Marantz ST100. I havent played in in a couple of years I went to listen to it and I turned on receiver and radio was playing through speakers. I turned on CD and hit CD input button on receiver and a loud POP came through the speakers and now I have no sound. Everything is powering up but no sound from speakers at all. I wonder what happened? Thanks so much.

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    Thank you so much

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