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This can be speakers, cables, connectors or the finals in your amp. First is just switch the speakers. That rules out the speaker etc. Just swap the leads from right to left etc. So the working setup is on the suspect bad output. If it works then the problem is something towards the speaker. If not its the amp. You can then try switching just cables to rule those out. Should take just a few minutes to figure out what the problem is. If it is the amp end check for dumb stuff like switches or the volume ;-] If not its a trip to your repair shop. Cables and contacts can be easily damaged and are the first suspect. Speakers are usually bullet proof unless you do everything maxed out. Amps will have issues due to age or heating etc. Just make sure to check out the amp value before telling anyone to fix it. You don;t want a big repair bill to fix a inexpensive amp, just replace it.

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