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Yamaha RX-V870 receiver front right channel not working

I think I may have caused this when I arced the speaker wire pair. Is there a fuse or something I can attempt to fix the A or B right channel not working?

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  • mcarbone Nov 09, 2008

    I see 3 fuses...one that looks like it is for the main power and then 2 on circuit board....they looked ok....I even tried to bypass them just to test and doesn't look like any of those 3 fuses I see are the problem. Are there any other fuses, or something else to test/investigate? Thanks for the help so far and any other help in troubleshooting/resolving is greatly appreciated!

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There is a fuse in side the system you could try but that sounds like the channels is shorted, but yet again there could be a fuse for it

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    Ivan Mcdean Nov 10, 2008

    If you see three fuses thats probly it sometimes there hidden in other components but not so much annymore, did you look at the front right channel teriminal too see any black marks, cause like i said before it could of shorted

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