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Yamaha receiver front channels only getting 50% output on rt side

I have a Yamaha R-V701 receiver that is not putting the same volume out of both sides changed wires and speakers and ruled them out. I think it is the output jack in the receiver, is there a way to check for sure, or to repair. the receiver was disconnected during remodeling, it got dusty around the house, I tried to keep it dust free.

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Go to your setup and check the settings in your sound setup!

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