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No sound i need help lol i hooked up this reciver and sounded good for about a day then later on after i shut the truck off and started it back all i got was my bass out put no door speakers

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    i have the same problems...it says the headunit only takes 4 ohm speakers could the ohm load turn the headunit off i dont know. someone needs to help us out here.

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No sound in my speakers!?...

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Just installed vm9312 and there is no sound everthings else is working

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