Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Depends on how the cable is broken. you can always cut and splice if there is enough cable, otherwise replacement may be your best bet.
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
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I had the same problem with the right channel. It turned out to be a broken wire inside the receiver; it can be found connecting from the main PCB to the card for the 5.1 board. After repairing the broken wire, it has worked fine.
The harness connects the 5.1 low level signals to the board which are then redistributed to the amplifier section. It is a bundle of wires in gray casing and with red, black and white wires (with shielding).
Find the offending wire, repair or replace and it should be fixed.
Hope this helps
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