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blown amp?

I have the Wires with the line all going to Black and the solid color wires all going to Red.

I stripped 1/2in of wire on each end and twisted. 1 end is going into a bananna plug which plugs into the reciever, the other end is going into the spring loaded terminals of the speakers.
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blown amp?

I have the Wires with the line all going to Black and the solid color wires all going to Red.

I stripped 1/2in of wire on each end and twisted. 1 end is going into a bananna plug which plugs into the reciever, the other end is going into the spring loaded terminals of the speakers.
Okay, well, just to be clear;

Make sure the + ( or red output ) on your speaker is going to the + (red) on your receiver, and vice versa for the - ( black ).

I say blown amp, because you said that your subwoofer was the only thing that was working. As (most) subwoofers are powered, they dont get their power from your receiver. Therefore, your receiver (amp) could be defaulty, or blown. How old is this receiver?

Oh, and just for ****s and giggles, check the back off your receiver to see if there is an ON/OFF switch that you might have hit or something.
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take pictures of the connections and show us. also try a different hdmi port, cable, or source.
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Oh, and just for ****s and giggles, check the back off your receiver to see if there is an ON/OFF switch that you might have hit or something.
There was no on/off switch but there was a voltage selector switch that does 230v-240v, 220v, 110v-120v.

It was set to 220v so I put it at 110v and boom they work! +1
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