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Old 03-17-2013, 03:59 PM   #1
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I just purchased a 2011 28BH. The ZX400 has three buttons, A, B & C. The A button turns the speakers on the refrigerator end on and off. The B button turns the outside speakers on and off. The C button does nothing, but I also noticed that the three speakers right in front of the TV don't play at all. Does the C button actually operate those speakers and the speakers just don't work? I'm looking for any advice on getting those 3 speakers to operate. Thanks.
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Old 03-17-2013, 04:03 PM   #2
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I just purchased a 2011 28BH. The ZX400 has three buttons, A, B & C. The A button turns the speakers on the refrigerator end on and off. The B button turns the outside speakers on and off. The C button does nothing, but I also noticed that the three speakers right in front of the TV don't play at all. Does the C button actually operate those speakers and the speakers just don't work? I'm looking for any advice on getting those 3 speakers to operate. Thanks.
C is normally bedroom speakers.....

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Old 03-17-2013, 04:07 PM   #3
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Thanks. I don't have bedroom speakers so that would make since on the C issue of the nothing happening. I wonder if A should be operating all 5 of the speakers in the living area instead of just the 2 speakers on the opposite end?
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I would think so, but usually having three in front means home theater, so it may be associated with your TV?
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Old 03-17-2013, 04:25 PM   #5
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On our camper A = main area speakers, B = exterior speakers, C = bedroom speakers. Usually the 3 speakers in front of your tv are the front left, right, and center channel speakers of a surround system. The speakers on the refrigerator end are your rear speakers of the surround system. Try going into the set up menu on the unit itself, not on the remote, of your ZX400 unit. There should be a way to adjust the volume of the 5 speakers controlled by the 'A' button.
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Pictures would be great help. At least to me anyway but partially to help me to decide where to mount two more speakers. On mine A is one speaker in the main area near the tv and B is one speaker in the rear area and C is two speakers outside on each side of a flat screen tv wall mount. I looked in the owners manual for the stereo about how to set the clock and I noticed a wiring diagram and that's when I noticed that both A and B each had a speaker connection that appeared to not be used so I removed the access panel on the back of the entertainment center and confirmed that I have two unused speaker outputs so I'm going to rewire mine and add two speakers somewhere.
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