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No audio on right speaker channel. i already check and relpace some of power transistors, i already check the resistors and capacitors.whats the problem of my amplifier?

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It maybe a preamp for one of the channels thats faulty, try to see if you can find audio to the preamps with a small earphone piece. try & track your fault that way.

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If the service manual is not available on the JVC websites then you should just Google search "JVC A-GX3 service manual" There are many websites that archive manuals. You'll probably have to pay for a copy. Why can't you disassemble the unit and see the output transistor numbers first? More importantly how do you know this is the fault?

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