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Left front channel has stopped working

I have swapped speakers swapped wiring , sound out of speaker is very low and distorted at high volume ,it came back to normal for about 1hr and then failed again. Unit is 4 days old Onkyo-SR606 very angry and disappointed from a expensive item.

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If you are sure you swapped speakers and its still the same, get a refund the unit is bad.

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Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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