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Marantz pm40 problem with left channel, some sound coming through but much reduced volume - this is effecting both main & sub.

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SOURCE: UNCONTROLLABLE SURROUND VOLUME

bad solder connections and or dirty controls.

Posted on Dec 15, 2006

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SOURCE: Loss of volume on left channel

please repeat speaker setting from your manual and confirm that left channel is ok.-invert left channel plug with right channel plug if the problem moves from left to right you will have the problem in your speaker or its cable-if not the problem in your receiver itself.
you can apply contact cleaner in volume control and move it forward and backward and test.

Posted on Jul 06, 2008

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