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KLH Scratchy Channel

I just purchased my KLH R3100 and shortly after 5 days the left channel became scratchy and really annoying and the volume coming from it would go soft then high and then would continually go in and out of the scratchiness. It did it once before so i replaced the speaker wire and it worked fine but now its doing it again. What should i consider doing next?

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  • Frank Kaplan Sep 19, 2006

    i bought it off ebay

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Return the unit to where you purchased it and get a new one.

Posted on Sep 19, 2006

  • Larry  Dillon
    Larry Dillon Sep 21, 2006

    Yeppers byer beware on Ebay.. Almost everything electronic I bought off of ebay was bad in one way or another. Sorry all you can do is try to get your money back as this is going to most likly cost you 125 to 200 to have fixed, or at least see who it was that you bought it from and see what types of things they have sold in the past. if that was tier first sale then you should not have bought it. Complain or leave a note or message for the seller UNLESS you bought it AS IS???

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