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Left speaker has no sound

Can't get any sound from left speaker. I purchased new speakers but get the same result. I have tried many different drivers and have checked the balance in left and right speakers, still no luck.

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May be the port you connect your speaker have problem. actually there are two outputs there..a total of 3 lines. the line for the left one is not working...i think.

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