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Only one speaker working

I have 2 speaker wired in on the two front right and left channels. i am only getting sound from the right side and a low humming from the left. ive tried resetting the receiver but no dice. Any other suggestions? thanks

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Pls. identify w/c channel is working then try switching the speakers, check your rca cords from your source player, try to switch them. th

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