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No power to right channel

1.Do not get any sound out of right channel. Turning the balance knob decreases the sound in the left channel.

2. Power switch doesn't work; have to unplug/plug unit from wall.

3. Tone switch will not stay in place...it floats

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If your reciver has a mono switch that could be a possibilty to check cause mono is one stereo is two mean left an right, if you have to unplug it while its on that could damage the unit, it could cause things to short out, thats another possibilty to check

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