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Low Volume From Left Front Speaker

I have limited volume from my front left speaker. Tried both the "A" & "B" connections, plus a different speaker. Even set at the max. volume level, it is barely audible. Anything else I can try, short of taking it to a shop? Thanks.

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SOURCE: AV-DV75 volume control not working

Hi Deebo check the following website good luck open the set and you will find the part number printed on the body of the component. NB.but i am in the belief that it IS your IC that is damaged.

Posted on Apr 26, 2007

SOURCE: AV-DV75 volume control not working

i have seen a lot of people with this problem on this receiver... it is really bad quality i guess :(
Sorry can't help.

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SOURCE: speakers stopped working.

More than likely you have blown outputs, as the sound you hear when you touch the leads to the terminals is the DC offset of the power supply being routed through your speakers...accordianman

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I have the same system, the ports for surround speakers only seem to work with the actual surround speakers I bought mine with. I did try to change them but found a sound issue. Looking to buy a new 5 cd changer as mine was damaged during our recent move. Looking to buy model number DX-Z9400M

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Looks like your volume control switch is not working on the left side, you can check it by tapping the knob on the volume control and sound will come out on left side.
The only way to get the sound again is to replace the volume control or pull out the volume control and open it up to clean the contacts in it.

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Thanks for using Fixya!

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I run video-related audio from my video sources directly to my TV and their audio directly to my receiver. Specialization yields best results.

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