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Yamaha RX-V660 right channel gone

I purchased a used Yamaha RX-V660 Receiver several years ago. Seems the right channel doesn't have sound. It's been on a stand, not used in a few years. Can it be repaired? Is it worth being repaired. Any feedback would be great.
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Try checking the connections.
If your really value your receiver it would worth it.

Posted on Jun 22, 2008

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