Question about Onkyo TX-DS474 Receiver
The right channel on both my "A" and "B" front speakers is out. Is this something worth fixing? Can I do it at home? (no experience)
If one channel is out, the output transistors are probably open rather than shorted. It is possible that there are other problems. If you have no experience with electronics, I would not suggest you start here. This is a simple repair for a shop and should cost about $20-$30 in parts (or less if not the outputs) plus the local labor charge.
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