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Left from speaker not working- Yamaha HTR-5940-6.1 channel

Must have hit a wrong button by accident but I have been looking for hours now to correct can anyone help--speakers are working when I test and works on movie mode but not on 6 channel stereo mode

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Redbird,

What do you have in the "multi channel input" jacks on the rear of the receiver? Those inputs Right, Left, Center, Surround R+L, and Sub are used when selecting 6 channel mode. They bypass the receivers surround processor board.

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Posted on Jan 10, 2009

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