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Help installing Yamaha home theatre system.

I installed my home theatre system and the front right and left speakers are not working. I follow the instructions. It is the YHT-380

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Does it have two sets of main speakers? on my yamaha amp i had front A and B. in the front of the unit there will be a push switch to select the speakers. in for on, out for off.

Posted on Jan 21, 2009

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This is probably a setting problem on your remote-the unit will ony give full surround sound on Movies like dvd-on TV you may not get all speakers going as the cable does not provide signals to drive all speakers-check your manual and change to the appropriate setting-pro-logic is bad for this-will not give sound to all speakers unless the signal tells it to.

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