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Center Channel Low Volume, Tighten Jacks worked for about a week.

Low volume again loosen and retighten Jacks worked for 3 days now does no good to tighten Jacks. Need to know part number of Surround sound Jack assemble and small card attached to it.

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  • jmi3 Mar 21, 2009

    left speaker loses sound intermittently.

    if listening really carefully there is only some low crackling.

    Sometimes sound gets restored and works perfectly for a few days.



    I think i will have to open the receiver and check for bad solderings or something...

  • knas Apr 05, 2009

    I have the exact same problem as jmi3 describes.
    Did you manage to get this fixed?

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Reseated connections inside Amp. so far center channel is working, also plan to replace banana plugs used to connect speaker wires to Amp.

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