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Old 10-01-2023, 04:49 PM   #1
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Bought a 2024 pottery barn trailer and am trying to use the sound system in the unit. The rear (bedroom) speakers work great, the front ones donít, Iíve tried adjusting all zones but no sound. Is there a switch Iím missing?
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Old 11-12-2023, 08:15 AM   #2
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What brand radio are you using ?
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Old 11-27-2023, 09:06 PM   #3
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Just got same model, and I have 1 rear speaker out. Called dealer, plan is to have it fixed soon after a couple trips, as weíll probably have some other issues to be looked at under warranty. Iím curious what your status is on your front. I donít think weíre missing anything, gotta be wiring???
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1. Pull speaker out and see if the wires are attached.
2. Pull the radio head out and see if the speakers are attached there. Expect a rat's nest or a Molex plug, or both. Could be as simple as something not connected.
Ideally, there's a wiring harness with every speaker lead labeled. (Radio OEM harness.)
If you note what radio you have I'll see if I can find what wiring is normal. The Crutchfield catalog is a great resource for seeing how speakers are connected.

I confess I've owned my trailer since new and have yet to turn on the radio. It's also one of the items I wish I'd have discussed with the tech at walk-thru. (along with "show me how to play a DVD through the stereo".)
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