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Denon AVR 2500 no sound from 3 of 4 speakers

No sound from speaker B. Right speaker A ok. Appears to be an electrical disconnect at speaker terminal. When I move the terminal post, the speaker will temporarily engage. I removed covered and checked for voltage at the lead to the speaker terminals. Voltage was present on all speaker leads.
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  • tuneman 76 Jun 22, 2008

    I have 4 speakers hooked up to my AVR-2500 Denon...The left 2 are great, but the right 2 are cutting out...they will stay on for a few minutes, then they will cut out, leaving only the left 2 on. I have checked all of the connections, and re-secured them all to the back of the reciever...This has'nt solved my issue. I have the center 2 hooked up to the 'A' side, and the outside 2 to the 'B' side...but again...same issue...HELP !! Paul, Auburn Ca.

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Do you have a copy of the owners manual for the Denon AVR 2500? I can't find a copy of one.
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