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No sorround sound coming out of speakers out both left and right

I have a Sherwood RX-2030R stereo Receiver and my main speakers work fine but the surround sound speakers do not. I have the input hooked up correct. any suggestions?is there a fuse or anything like that?

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I just repaired one for slow start .recapped the whole power supply board and now starts first go.I will check it out next week and post what I found

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