Stereo or speakers which died?

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Old 27 Jul 2003, 02:06 pm   #1 (permalink)
Joe
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One morning last week I ran out to shut the car windows as I had noticed it
was raining. It didn't seem to be raining that much and not much water was
noticed in the car. When I put the key in to run up the power windows the
radio came on, I quickly turned it off as it was 4:30 am. Later that
morning, when I went to leave I noticed that I no longer had any sound
coming from the radio. If I turn the stereo way up I might hear a slight
crack sound from the speakers but thats it.

I'm thinking the radio speaker channels (if thats the correct term) might
have shorted out rather than all four speakers. Does that sound about right
or is there something else it might be?

Thanks


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Old 28 Jul 2003, 06:59 am   #2 (permalink)
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"Joe" <Joe@joe.net> wrote in message news:YoVUa.159928$N7.21454@sccrnsc03...
> One morning last week I ran out to shut the car windows as I had noticed

it
> was raining. It didn't seem to be raining that much and not much water was
> noticed in the car. When I put the key in to run up the power windows the
> radio came on, I quickly turned it off as it was 4:30 am. Later that
> morning, when I went to leave I noticed that I no longer had any sound
> coming from the radio. If I turn the stereo way up I might hear a slight
> crack sound from the speakers but thats it.
>
> I'm thinking the radio speaker channels (if thats the correct term) might
> have shorted out rather than all four speakers. Does that sound about

right
> or is there something else it might be?
>
> Thanks


As you have deduced, all 4 output stages could not be shorted at once. It
sounds (excuse the pun) like a fault in the unit itself or the power is not
getting to the unit.

Jason


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Old 28 Jul 2003, 08:30 am   #3 (permalink)
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time to buy a new stereo and speakers at www.bought4less.com

"Joe" <Joe@joe.net> wrote in message news:YoVUa.159928$N7.21454@sccrnsc03...
: One morning last week I ran out to shut the car windows as I had noticed
it
: was raining. It didn't seem to be raining that much and not much water was
: noticed in the car. When I put the key in to run up the power windows the
: radio came on, I quickly turned it off as it was 4:30 am. Later that
: morning, when I went to leave I noticed that I no longer had any sound
: coming from the radio. If I turn the stereo way up I might hear a slight
: crack sound from the speakers but thats it.
:
: I'm thinking the radio speaker channels (if thats the correct term) might
: have shorted out rather than all four speakers. Does that sound about
right
: or is there something else it might be?
:
: Thanks
:
:


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