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Yamaha HTR-6030, Sound only from Front Speakers

Hi, I have my Speakers in properly, I have "SUR. LR" set to "lrg" and all my speakers. I go to basic setup, set it to 5 speaker, it does the test and they are all working properly and make sound. I then hit enter on "ok" and on the display it goes back to just the front Left and right. I had it working a few days ago but I unplugged it to move it, now its just not working. Any help at all would be greatly appreciated, it is really annoying me.

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OverZealous

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    ive got same problem can run the test but it just resorts back to 2 channell in stead of five channel like selected

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U could have it cross wired some systems wire in sequence not always pos and neg

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Unplug them and replug then retry them,
this could fix your problem

keep me updated thanks

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