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JBL On Tour no longer work

This JBL on tour has been babied and seldom used but, they no longer work.
Any fix? Or, should I toss them?
Can you suggest a brand and portable speaker with similar quality that won't **** out from non-use?
thanks, Jon

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I tried it but it still wont work!! PLEASE HELP

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Plug in another device and see if you can get sound. If you get sound from the other device, look at these tips for troubleshooting audio problems: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/Tips-for-fixing-common-sound-problems

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