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Yamaha Surround Sound HRT-6030

I have had this Surround Sound System for about 6 months and love the sound. Last night I went to turn it off and pushed a "wrong button" and now the front speakers no longer work. The back, center and sub-woofer speakers are fine. I know it's a matter of just putting it back the way it was but I have been trying for quite awhile now and starting to pull out my hair....HELLP!!

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Re: Yamaha Surround Sound HRT-6030

maybe you select the Fader mode.. you simple select the fader balance to center then you hear the sounds coming out to the front fader mode.

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