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Right channel not working

Denon DRA-685 receiver it is hooked up, yes balance is in the middle

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  • Big wally Feb 07, 2008

    this problem is happening on all functions. Receiver has worked fine until just recently. It did smell hot recently and I don`t know if it was exact same time right channel stopped working.The pre out/main is not connected to any other equipment. The receiver connects to a Niles SPS-6 speaker selection,all 6 sets of speakers work with same problem. I do not see a location of a fuse on rear of receiver for speakers. Do I need to remove cover on the receiver to locate this fuse? Thanks you people!!

  • thirdrockbs Jun 25, 2008

    i have the same problem only it is only on the left channel.

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    denon receiver blown right channel

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    The channels were hooked up to the same speaker and something fried. Just not sure what it would be.

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Check the pre out /main in jumper there should be a loop jumper for both left and right. if you are using a graphic EQ check the wires connecting to the receiver and the EQ. also is this happening on all sources?

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  • Robert Johnson Feb 07, 2008

    Ok, if you smelled something hot that is a good indication there is a problem internaly. maybe a resistor has opened or circuit has opened (fuse). if a fuse or resistor has opened up there is a chance the right channel amplifiers have shorted. there is a simple way to check to see if the amplier is good, disconnect the left speaker then slowly turn up the volume and listen to the right speaker if you hear a soft hiss the amp is running the next step is to check the preamp cicuit and the input ciruit. if you don't hear the hiss the amp is bad. there is one other thing that might be the problem is the speaker relay. this is a double switched relay (one for left one for right). it may not be making contact on the right side. any way it's internal to the receiver.

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Hi....you may want to check the speaker fuse, located on the rear of the unit.. sometimes too small wattage speakers get hooked up and the speaker fuse will blow as to not hurt the speakers.
Hope this helps.
Squipps

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