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Not getting sound from right speaker

I am only getting sound from both my left and right front speakers in the fm tuning mode (radio listening). When I switch to tv (dts mode) the right speaker goes silent. I can switch back to the fm mode and the speaker comes back on. I have done the speaker test and get sound from both front speakers. I am using the 2-channel stereo mode for everything as I have two fronts and a subwoofer. Any thoughts on this problem?

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  • Drew DuRoff Sep 22, 2006

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How do you have the audio hooked up from the TV set? If its s video or RCA plugs? If it is switch them around and see if it swaps channels that goes out . If it does then the output cable or the jack is bad. If your using an HDMI ir a scart cable. The cable or connections could be bad. Unplug it and reinsert it or while the units on mover it around and see if the audio comes back on.

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