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No output on 1 speaker, when turning volume up I get a ticking sound which disrupts the playing of CD. I have tried disconnecting speakers and reconnecting, both speakers are working but when connected together sound only comes out of 1.

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  • randhillon Oct 31, 2008

    the ticking sound is coming from the AMP when volume is turned up even sligtly. When you say something is touching along the line what do you mean?

  • randhillon Nov 18, 2008

    Thank you for the advice, it worked, I have music again!

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Is the ticking sound comming from the receiver? if it is then that speaker is either damage or theres somthing touching along the line, either in the box or out of the box running to the receiver, or one of your channels may of shorted out

Posted on Oct 30, 2008

  • Ivan Mcdean
    Ivan Mcdean Nov 12, 2008

    along the line meaning, some where in the wiring somthings touching from the speaker to the reciver, or inside the box thats rare on some cases but still could check, an or if you would have spiced the wires to make it longer you could check that, an on the back of the receiver check the terminals for a wire that could connect the positive to the negitive witch would also cause a ticking sound, even the speaker box terminals. Hope that helps

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If I understand your problem right:
1. CD works only in Speaker A (but not in Speaker B);
2. DVD works on either or both A/B;
3. CD will work if plug into to VCR input but selector must be of another source (not VCR).

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