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Static noise from Front Left Speaker

I noiced some extra noise coming from the front left speaker only one day so I decided to use the auto set up with the included microphone. All went went until it got the front left speaker, a loud pop of sound came out of the speakers and the receiver shut off. I turned it back on, same thing. Checked all wiring, good there. If there is a short, would it be with the speaker or the receiver?

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It would probably be with the speaker. That is easily checked by simply unhooking the speaker and running the test again.

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