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Helpful hint...

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If one of the speakers on your home theater system stops working, don't:

-Disconnect all 30 wires attached to it...

-Take the whole system apart to find nothing wrong...

-Turn the receiver off and on repeatedly...

-Curse at and hit the receiver several times...

-Search on Google futilely to find a solution to the problem only to find nothing...

-Curse at and hit the receiver several times again...

...when all you needed to do was cut off the old bare wire at each end of the speaker wire and strip and connect new bare wire. :banghead::duh:

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hahaha.......sorry about the stereo system. Did something similar a couple months ago, minus hitting it several times....i have a hard time hitting expensive things.

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I feel ya...

I had to take apart my radio (speakers), and all it took was putting the wire back in...

Then I'm guessing you wanted to kick it down a flight of stairs during that time?

(like me) :banghead::lol:

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I feel ya...

I had to take apart my radio (speakers), and all it took was putting the wire back in...

Then I'm guessing you wanted to kick it down a flight of stairs during that time?

(like me) :banghead:  :lol:

I wasn't that frustrated but it's a bit like going 30 minutes and 10 miles out of your way to escape a traffic jam and having the jam clear up a 1/4 of a mile down the highway. <_<

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