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Denon AVR-3000 I've purchased this analog unit in 1994. I get no sound from the right side speaker. I have tried speaker A and B and get same result. I have switched speaker from left to right and get same results. I assume that a channel is blown and the cost to repair may be more than unit is worth. Ant advice? Ted Lovell

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If your balance is fine etc., unplug remove 8 screws(sides) 4 screws (back) and remove top cover. Carefully remove large 4" ? black cylinder in front left (4 screws) turn upsidedown and to the side without tugging on wires. that will expose 2 glass fuses on lower board behind it. Check them with a continuity tester and the one on the top board as well.

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First, check your balance control and make sure that it is centered. Next, you might have anything from a bad output relay or fuse to a bad driver/component...accordianman

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