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Suddenly no sound out of left channel

For no apparent reason my left channel won't work from the speaker but will from the headphones. I swapped speakers and confirmed that it isn't the actual speaker sounds fine. I took the sub apart to check continuity and for blown fuses or a burnt component but found nothing wrong. Anyone have any other suggestions? Thanks

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  • blkcotton May 11, 2010

    do u know where i can get a remote controller for the system

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I have the Altec Lansing speaker set ACS48, they are old but the right one works fine, the left one doesn't at all. I found that there is a processor in the right speaker, and I think that could be bad or the driver is not loaded for some reason, so I am lost as well....anyone? contact me at joeinslw@gmail.com if you know and have a solution Thanks.

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Sorry, no I don't.


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  • MBickman08 Nov 05, 2010

    I am having the same problem. Retire them.

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