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No sound out of centre speaker

There is sound coming out of all speakers, except the centre speaker on my Telefunken 5.1. When i connect centre speaker to front left outlet centre speaker works.

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Make sure your amp is set to a channel which plays on all speakers (5.1).
If you have the amp set to "Stereo", it is only the frontspeakers and subwoofer which play sound.

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