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Old 05-21-2013, 09:00 AM   #1
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Radio or speaker probs

So I have a all ken wood system speakers and radio n for a whole now the left side always was louder no matter what I did to balance it out but now the whole right side is not on at all and I'm curious as to what's wrong do I need to get a new radio or?
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Could be that your speakers are wired backwards negative hooked to positive and so on. But if you have a factory amp (Mach or shaker) that could be bad too. I would check that first before I would condemn the radio. Could be a bad speaker too
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Could be that your speakers are wired backwards negative hooked to positive and so on. But if you have a factory amp (Mach or shaker) that could be bad too. I would check that first before I would condemn the radio. Could be a bad speaker too
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Could be that your speakers are wired backwards negative hooked to positive and so on. But if you have a factory amp (Mach or shaker) that could be bad too. I would check that first before I would condemn the radio. Could be a bad speaker too
Agreed there. Double check. Sounds like a connection mistake or a faulty amp/ headunit
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I had the same problem. Check the connectors. The big plug with the 8 pins. One of mine did not go in properly. Fixed it and it works great!!
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