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Left channel out

I have a sherwood 4103 receiver and my left channel is out. Not a speaker issue, or input issue as headphones, and cd, aux or tuner outputs all have the dropped channel. Is this a problem I can fix myself? thanks...Dave

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  • Anonymous Dec 08, 2007

    left channel does not work

  • butingting Dec 16, 2007

    the output for the left speaker of both the speaker sets (A and B) is out

  • Anonymous Sep 08, 2008

    Same Problem...

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There are NO mechanical pots on the system. The "pots" for volume are a special bitsequence comparator, and the signal for the gain on the amp is a modulated matrix signal.

The most common problem for this kind of amps are the safety-thermal switch... They are normally located really close to the output for the speakers. Normally gray or black boxes (30x10x40mm). Flick your finger on them with volume at 9 o'clock...

If you can hear a click, and the sound appear again you've found the sollution.

NOTE! Hazardous currents are present inside the cabinet, mind your fingers, arms and other bodyparts.

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Does it have any mechanical pots? balance pots? check all the mechanical stuff first maybe the balance pot has a bad connection or somthing. Any slider controls? check them also

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Probably I would say no. Unless you know how to read a schematic or know how to do certain small static checks on the output devices and the drivers as well as the power suppy feeding these devices.

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