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Onkyo 875 Audyssey will not detect

Ok guys, this is Onkyo # 2 for me, both have the same problem.
when i go to audyssey set up, it detects L front, center, but not the R front. swapped speaker positions, verified polarity but still not detecting R front.
Also get an error message on the R back.

this is my second rec from the big C with the exact same problem.

Is there a known software issue with Audyssey?

stumped.

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No solution from me but just to say i am having exactly the same problem - did you get anywhere with yours?

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