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Distorted right channel

Other channels are working perpecfly aside for the right channel when the volume increase the sound quality becomes distorted.

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    Yes- right speaker becomes fuzzy at certain times

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There is a problem in the pre-amp section of the receiver. This is most likely a bad transistor. FIgure on about $5-$15 for parts for this repair.

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