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I have Yamaha RX-Z9, now about 6 years old. At times my L main channel speaker stops working. When I run the YPAO, auto audio measurements, L main speaker starts for few second of pre check sound and stops while other speakers continues with normal measurements. At the end of measurements it states; Error 01, no front speaker and I do not have sound from L main speaker. In the past if I disconnect the power of RX-Z9 for day or two I can run the Auto YPAO and all the speaker measurements takes place and my L main speaker works for few months and then, similar problem reappears? Now I cannot get the L main speaker to work. Is the problem my speakers or the RX-Z9 amp unit?

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Swap the speakers left-to-right to isolate if it's an amp or speaker problem. You have not indicated this was done.

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