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Left channel is not working (sansui 881)
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Hi, it could be the output relay, or fuses, have you checked the output fuses or any fuse that has blown, Check for anything that shows signs of overheating.May be the output transistors could be blown. If you are not qualified then i would suggest you get an engineer to look at it otherwise you may end up in hospital or even worse DEAD.
We don't want that to happen, do we.

If yo need more help , please ask.

Regards - Anthony

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