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Nakamichi AV10. Re: left channel softer than the right one.

Dear Sirs,

When i turn the volume knob just a little, i can hear sound coming from the right speaker but not the left one. When i turn the volume louder it seems that the right channel is louder than the left one especially the treble is obviously lack off. Because of this it has affected the stereo imaging during 2 channel listening as well the HT surround effect.

I would like to seek your advice as how to resolved this issue.

Many thanks & regards.
Mok

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Its an issue with the tone switch activate and reactivate it to get back to normal volume on both speakers, and would suggest you to clean the switch with WD40 and it should resolve the issue

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