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Right channel only plays

Even after I changed it on the volume controls :(

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  • Arkaze Feb 16, 2008

    thanks. I think it may be an internal problem then cuz the cords are connected properly.

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I fyou're sure the cords are connected correctly, the problem may be a loose connection on the intereior of the speaker.

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