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Krell 250a power amp

When i switch on my krell 250a to drive my infinity 9 kappa speaker, the right side of the speaker (bass) do not have the sound but my speaker is all right, no problem at all. Can it be a fault with my krell and where can i get it repair.


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Hi There WLAW,
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