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JVC RX-9010VBK Audio/Video receiver: I sometimes get sound out of only one of two speakers. I've changed the speaker wires and even the speakers themselves, routed wires left to right but still only sound from the same one pair of wires. I've had sound from both and, when turned on again, back to only one. Any suggestions?

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You have both speakers on different channels I am assuming?

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How old is this sound system?
it seems has some lose connections or its selector switch needs cleaning.

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Check the speaker is working proper or not.

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