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Can't get sound throught one speaker

I can't get sound from my right front speaker. I took that speaker and connected it my front left and it work fine. How do I fix the connection?

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Re: can't get sound throught one speaker

Did you get the solution for your problem? I am currently facing exactly the same problem. My front right speaker is not working when connected properly, but when I change its connections to left front, it is okay suggesting that there is nothing wrong with the speaker.


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