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Dead right channel

The right channel in my Kenwood KRF-V6070D is not wworking. I have replaced the power outpu IC, but still no go. It seems that the input to the IC could be muted. Any idea?
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Might be an output relay with a bad contact. If you have an oscilliscope you will see sound before but not after the relay. Try wiggling and pushing on/off all the tape monitor buttons and any mode switches. If you have a pre-out/ main-in switch then try switching that several times (with the unit off) then try it. Good luck.

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