Question about Pioneer VSX-816-K/S Receiver
You likely have a cold solder connection on the circuit board. Inspect the board for loose connections for the left channel - use a non-conductive pointed object and poke the board on several places while the unit is power-up. Be careful not to get electrocuted. Compare it to the right channel circuit - they are almost identical. If the unit recovers the left channel while poking, then you have found the bad connection. Re-apply solder to that junction - make sure you've dis-connected the power and dis-charged all caps before you touch and repair the circuit board.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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