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Pioneer DC-X77Z - Loss of sound in one speaker

Pioneer DC-X77Z - Loss of sound in one speaker - comes back when balance slider is moved or pressure is put on outer casing but lost when pressure is released.

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U have loose connections for that audio line. check internal wirings and solders. 

Posted on Apr 26, 2010

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