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No sound from Front Speaker

Hi Folks, Interesting problem cropped up this week with my two front speakers. At first the Right front speaker did not work in Surround Sound mode(I use a NAD T760 Amp). Fiddled around with the wiring, cleaned the connection, and suddenly it worked...for a while. While the Right front worked I tested it in Stereo mode, and suddenly the Left front speaker, which worked in Suround Mode, did not work, while the one on the Right did...huh?? After more fiddling I am back to square one where the Left works in both modes and the Right in none. Not sure what it can be...I live close to the sea - do you think it can have anything to do with damp air on the connections? Cheers Juan

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Re: No sound from Front Speaker

Take amp to a workbench, have a test speaker in hand, touch the speaker wires to each channel to see if all channels work. take each speaker to the amp and temporarily hook one at a time to see if any speaker is bad. if you eliminate the hardware, you know it's the wires in between.

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