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Harman Kardon HK 610 only playing out of one speaker

Hi! Anyone know anything about this amplifier.  Mine has decided to only play out of one speaker on all channels except the CD channel and I've swapped the speakers over already, it's definately not them.  Could it be dust inside?  Will I kill it dead if I even attempt to open it up and have a look?  I don't really want to throw it away and places that I've rung to fix it just tell me to get a new one. I'd appreciate your thoughts. Kelly

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Then only use the cd input for your output you may have to swap input wires from different sources as your tv audio output or tape output or tuner otput then just leave on cd and enjoy.
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