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Fade button - does this system have one?

I recently purchased an Audi that has this model stereo system, and I can only get sound from one speaker. I don't think its a wiring problem - I can't find any button on the faceplate that controls the sound (left/right/front/back). Am I simply missing something, or does this system not come with such a control? (it's probably something really stupid I'm not doing) Thanks for your help!!!

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Re: Fade button - does this system have one?

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