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Rear speakers no longer function

Pioneer elite VSX-49 Rear channel no longer functioning. Attempted connecting different speakers to the rear and differnt cable to no avail when running the test tone. All other speakers including center and sub woofer work fine.

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Have you run the test tones in surround or ProLogic ??

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