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One audio channel is not working

Left channel is not working.

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Re: One audio channel is not working

1.check whether the audio.rca jack cable is good
2.check Rca jack connector
3.there might be a problem in your stereo audio processing circuits
4.Contact service centre for further rectification

Posted on Dec 22, 2007

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