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Im not geting any sound out of the left side. Its not the speakers or receiver. I ve changed all the wire testing it. It is the left side of the cd player.

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The channels burn out its a common fault the quick fix is to buy a rca adaptor to run 1 output to 2 or replace the cd player it will cost a lot less to replace than fix

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