Q: Speaker wires c304 connector

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I'm having trouble with my speaker wires. I was looking at the schematic diagram, and it appears that connector c304 isn’t connected properly. And I can’t even find it. My stereo speakers only work when it’s 78 degrees or more outside. Do you know where the connector is? Is there an amplifier? If so where is it located?

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