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Hitachi SR-2000 receiver's right speaker connection does not work

My Hitachi SR-2000 receiver's right speaker connection does not work for either the main or remote speaker option. Both speakers work fine on the left speaker connection but when connected to the right it produces no sound. I know it is old but would you happen to know what the issue is and if it can be fixed? Thanks.

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The SR-2000 has fuses for both left and right outputs. Make sure neither are blown. Otherwise this receiver has a STK 463 integrated chip that controls the output for both channels. When replacing the STK-463 it is also acceptable to use STK-465.

Posted on Oct 06, 2014

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This should be a relatively simple repair. The outputs for the right side could be out, but more likely, the switches and controls may need a good cleaning. Typically you can expect a labor rate in the $80-$100 range. If the channel is out, the parts cost could be between $15-$40.

If you can indicate your location, I may be able to suggest a shop.

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Dan

Posted on Mar 01, 2010

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SOURCE: I simply want to connect only a left and right

Front Left and Front Right.

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