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Speaker Problems Like a few others here, one of the speakers is not functioning properly. The left output works 100% of the time, and the right side does not. If you isolate the right side, and turn the volume to max, the song playing can faintly be heard. Is there something I can do about this?

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  • Paul Deane Feb 29, 2008

    Jim,

    First, thank you for the timely response. Both of the speakers are working properly as discovered by switching them. The problem must be the right channel audio amplifier. Is there a way I can fix this?

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Can you swap speakers and see if the left working speaker works when plugged into the right output?

If it does, then your right speaker is bad or the right speaker cable/plug may be bad.

If the working left speaker doesn't work on the right output, then I would suspect a problem in the right channel audio amplifier.

Please let me know if I can be of further assistance to you.

Good luck!

- Jim

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    SHARCNET-USA Feb 29, 2008

    Yes, it can be fixed. The audio amplifier is either defective or perhaps there is a bad solder joint on the terminals.



    The audio amplifier is usually a module with a metal tab that is bolted to a piece of metal, like the chassis. Since this is a stereo, there will usually be two of these (for right & left) unless both channels are in one package.



    I'd locate the right module and see if the solder joints look good. If they look okay, then the module will need to be replaced. You'll need to locate the part number on the module package and you can try to contact a company like www.mcmelectronics.com

    and see if they carry a replacement part.



    I would not try to replace this part unless you have adequate desoldering/soldering experience. In this case, you'll need to take it to a repair facility to be repaired.



    - Jim


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