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If only 1 channel works for A and/or B speakers, you have an amplifier failure issue and the unit needs to be repaired/replaced.

If you have audio in both channels on A, but only 1 on B - then you need to check the connection for the B channel,

Most receivers from the 1980s forward require that to use A *and* B speakers at the same time, all must be connected.

Posted on May 15, 2008

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