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Sound no sound from left,right blasted it could something be blown,speakers are ok

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Could be a fuse inside. I had this problem on the right side. I had mechanic replace it.

Posted on Apr 17, 2009

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You can check the speakers with a battery from any one of the remote. Take the leads of each speakers and connect the lead to the battery terminals. If the speaker is ok then it will make a small cracking sound each time when you connect its wire to the battery.


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Bad fuse?? A blown fuse will result in silence.

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usually a sign of blown speakers. Using high volumes over long periods can damage the speakers, or part of the microchip amplifier. It may be worth checking all the connections are clean and sound first though

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My JVC receiver won't play my left front speaker. The right one seems to work fine but when I plug in the left it is virtually silent. i too have had a few "overload" incidents and am running two JBL 8...

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You didn't state it but I assume the other channels are functional?
The auxilliary channels are generally lower power and may even be serviced by a different voltage than the main amps. If it is so designed, you may have something as simple as a blown fuse for the main amp supply.
If the aux. channels are equal in power, the power supply may still be dividing the load so a fuse still could be at fault. The unit could also use integrated power amplifiers in which case, if two channels are operating from a single module it could be a module failure.
I don't see much chance of anyone repairing this system without examining it in the first person. 

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