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Denon AVR 1601 - Problem with front channels

Hi Guys,

In the last few months my reciever was stored in closet with not too much space for ventilation.

I suddenly noticed that the front speakers are not playing well (mainly low frequencies and sound really bad). the rest of the channels (center and surround) are OK - but in any case the reciever got to high temperatures...

I moved the reciever to a better location (with enough space for ventilation) but the problem still persists.

Was something damaged by the heat? what can I do in order to repair the problem?

Thanks!

Yoni

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Hi yoni there is circutshort problem in your receiver and you have to get it fixed by someone works for stereoshop because this is not a fta receiver which has files problem. your receiver has burnt a circut fuse type of wire preventing the curret to the speakers.

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