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All speakers not working

So i can get the front two to work at one time, the back two at one time, and the center by itself at one time, but i cannot get all of them to work at the same time, i can either just get the two front,back, or center to work.
How do i get all of them to work at the same time?

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SOURCE: Curtis dvd5029 home theater system only plays right front and center speaker

Some DVD players in SETUP MENU need to select AUDIO OUTPUT (i.e. STEREO 2 ch - SURR 5.1 - SUB ON/OFF etc.). Check this for start.

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Well you can change the setting to hear from different speakers. Play with it you will hear the front on one setting then all 5 on another

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make sure you didnt turn off speaker set A on the reciever. cause from what i can tell from the manual you may have hit a button to turn them off. now on your reciever look below the power button on the unit itself. below that is a speaker A/B push the A button to make sure its on or the B depending how your speakers are rigged. if this isnt the problem let me know and i can help you with another solution -Nate

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SOURCE: My center ,subwoofer and back

defective speakers or defective right and left amplifiers

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