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Hi This is my second Kenwood KR 797 surround receiver to have this problem. The first receiver was not repaired by the company. They gave me a new one. It lasted for many years longer than the first, but alas there is no audio output to the stereo speakers only to the surround speakers. If there is a quick fix or even a way to fix, I would love to know. Sara

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Be sure that you have selected a set of front speakers, either "A" or "B. After that is checked, look for a blown fuse in the final amp section. I suspect that the primary drivers are out, but is speculation at this point.

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Have you tried the "Simulated" surround setting?

If you don't get sound in "Simulated" mode then you have probably lost the surround channels.

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It's a standard receiver that can drive any standard speakers out there. It's totally up to you to choosethem and then go shopping.

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1st try a test tone to the rear speakers. If you can not get a test tone check the connections again.. once you get a test tone, use the "mode" button on your remote to cycle through the surround modes and make sure you are in a surround mode rather than a stereo mode.

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HAVE U TURNED THE SPEAKERS ON BY PRESSING THE BUTTON FOR THE SPEAKERS. ARE U USING SURROUND? IF NOT THEN U NEED TO MAKE SURE U HAVE THE RIGHT BUTTONS ON OTHERWISE U WILL GET NO SOUND HAVE A PLAY ABOUT WITH IT AND SEE WHAT U CAN DO. I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM WITH MINE AND I GOT IT TO WORK AFTER .

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