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Left channel is out sony STR-D511

Left channel is out
sony STR-D511 prologic receiver

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Had the same problem but found simple solution. I just reconnected the speakers which were on "A" connections to the "B" set of connectors immediately below - problem solved!

Hope this works for you.

Stuart

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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