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Installing a cd player dp-87 on a component stereo

I have a component stereo, and i bought a kenwood cd player to hook up to it today. when i hook it up, the sound only comes out of 1 side, how do i get the sound to come out of both sides? thanks, any help would be great.

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Its easy i think your chinch cables are not good try with other pair of chinches and if it not work try to change the speakers from a to b position on your amplifier if that doesnt work probably its the one chanell on your cd is not working.

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