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Hitachi HTD-K170 - Lost subwoofer and rear speakers

Anyone, I just switched on my 2yrs Hitachi system and realized I have lost the subwoofer, rear speakers and central one as well. Left & rights are ok, subwoofer plugged on the left and right slot and the speaker (subwoofer) works fine... so it is the signal.... Any idea? Maybe misconfigured? Maybe I changed wrongly any configuration? Thanks Marioman

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It could be you have occidentally changed the settings and switched those speakers off. If you can remember how to set up the speakers then do so. That should restore the settings. If it keeps happening there could be a fault in the system. But at the moment I don't think that is likely.

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