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    Today when i got in my car my speakers just wouldnt work... i dont think it is my deck because my subs were still working fine though...i checked the fuse for the deck and the fuse in the fuse box for the radio and they are fine...what could be the problem...oh and my speakers are not powered by an amp..if that helps

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    If all your speakers are running of the deck and they are all not working and the subs are running off an amp using the rca outputs and they are working then most likely your internal amp is fryed.....which I have found out is not uncommon, its happed to me twice. Once with my Pioneer tape deck and just recently with my Kenwood CD player, luckily the Kenwood is still under warranty.




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