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Wiring sub on home theatre

I cant get my sub to work on stereo. There are two different plugs on receiver. Sub pre-out And subwoofer. What is the difference. Also on back of sub there is two different sets of plugs. In and out right and left. Which one do I use.

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Use the sub pre out and wire it into the left input on the sub.

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