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RX-V800 Rear Left Speaker pins were accidently shorted. So, there is no audio from rear left speaker. My gut feeling is the final audio amplifer(transitor) stage must be blown off. Is there any way to debug and fix this? Thanks

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If you can identify whats blown what ic or pcb board. you can get it replaced through yamaha. or many other various used reciever parts lists online. If you wanted to identify the transistor thats blown find it online and just resolder that one you could do that. But id say try and look into a replacement of the board. if you shorted the poles, then there will be a lot more damage on that channel then the amps final maximizer, or amp as you refer to it. -Thanks Nate

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