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No sound in rear and center speaker

I owened a Yamaha Htr5440 for a couple of years, ben since a couple of days, i cannot get sound from the ecnter and rear speakers. I probably push some button...

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Re: No sound in rear and center speaker

Check to see if you have sound by selecting 5 chnl speaker setting buy pushing the program button on the amp. you should have sound comming through all speakers.

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