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Hi, I have a TX-8511 Onkyo. The left channel is silent. It's not the speakers or the wiring - checked and swapped. Using 8 ohm speakers and switch is set to 8 ohms. Does the same thing on both A & B - no left channel. Any ideas? Thanks, Bill

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Hello 1 of the transistor could be dry jointed if joint ok then you may a leak on the transistor also check the capacitor around the transistor for bulging all the best

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