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I think i may have blown the amp on the surround sound as I have problems recieving sound from the centre speaker. I have tried a replacement speaker but problem persists. Can anyone give a repair solution that would be financially viable? R there any repairable parts that can be purchased and fitted or would I need to give it to an expert to fix?

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Sounds as if you have blown the amp all you need to do is by a amp which would be cheaper than a new system

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