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I have the receiver connected to 3 sets of stereo speakers, each set in a different room. Sound is now coming out of only one speaker in each room. I suspect that the kids may have punched a button to cause this, but I can't figure it out...I suspect its an easy fix. When I check the sound from the speakers in the manner described in the owner's manual, I get static from the speakers, but when I have it playing the cd, xm, or aux-ipod, there is no sound whatsoever from those same speakers. Thanks.

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I think you have to adjust balance.

Page 22 of user's manual explains how to do it:

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