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No sound I just purchased a VSX-1017TXV-K receiver and sound only comes from the right front speaker

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I assume you have the user manual for it.
If not it's here in Adobe Acrobat format .pdf file:
http://www.4electronicwarehouse.com/content/pioneer/vsx-101txv-k-manual.pdf

Just a thought but are you sure the speaker connecters on the back or the reciever are gripping the inner wire and not the plastic covering on the leads. Sounds daft I know but I have seen it before.

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