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Onkyo 501 Onkyo Receiver no sound out of right

Onkyo 501 Onkyo Receiver no sound out of right channel. Wire and speaker are good.

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If you are good at tinkering then you can pulol the top of the receiver and check the fuses on the board to make sure that they did not blow if not then it would be wise to take it to a repair shop to have your receiver checked out and serviced

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

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