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Video---I have only connected front speakers to receiver, when I play CD /DVD ,the sound is only through RIGHT speaker. I have performed number 15 initialization of the microprocessor and No 8 setting up the system to store,when I turn it on the next time it always go's back to sound only in R speaker

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  • video_games_ Oct 19, 2010

    Thankyou for your advice again, but when i tried looking for fuses i couldnt find any. Could you tell me where they are situated within the reciever? as I dont want to start poking around

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Hope this helps.....if you turn up the volume on the left speaker only,does it sound crackly?if so,i would suspect you have blown the left channel at worst.if the unit has fuses,dont be afraid to open the unit and look for glass fuses.they pop out.it might be one of those.a cheap fix. Has the balance been turned to the right ? a silly question,but to ask just in case

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  • video_games_ Oct 19, 2010

    Thankyou for your Advice

    This is a Denon AVR-2105

    After doing No.15 Intialization of the Microprocessor and No.8 Setting up the System again,
    ometimes it works properly and after so many songs the left speaker will stop working and only the right speaker will work.

    When I turn off the reciever and turn it back on it will only play through the right speaker.

    if the fuses are not blown does that mean i need to get it fixed by a professional?

    Thankyou once again C.Max

  • rigger094 Oct 19, 2010

    Yes.take it to a pro.Before you do,just try another set of leads into the back of your receiver in the cd/dvd inputs.You could also try swapping speakers just to aliminate a faulty speaker.If no fault found,then I would say that something in your receiver is cutting out when it gets warm.eg a diode or something like that.Good luck

  • rigger094 Oct 19, 2010

    I dont know where they are situated in your system.But generally they are visible as soon as you open up and they sit in little holders.Normally they are in the middle or near a corner.They are usually about 20mm long and 5 to 6mm width.If you havent found them,chances are there might not be any.And dont go poking around,get that pro to work on it.cheers

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