Question about Crown CE2000 2-Channel Amplifier
It's pretty clear from your problem description that there's something wrong with the amp's left channel. You've already tried switching speakers and cords so that leaves the amp itself as the problem. This could be something simple like a dirty level control. You can try using control cleaner spray (not WD-40!!!). It might also be caused by solder connections that have developed or components that have failed, which would need professional service. Take this to a shop that has the right tools and expertise to diagnose and repair the trouble. Your local musician's store should be able to suggest a servicer if they don't have their own shop.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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