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Speaker Problem This problem occurs for all functions and is the same condition if I swap the speakers. The right speaker will not play. I only get sound from the left speaker jacks. Any help appreciated.

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You most likly have an audio output IC blown in this unit. Most self units under 200 bucks, are not worth the labor to repair them, but if this unit cost more then this and is less then a couple of years old, It may be worth investing some case to have this unit repaired.

Posted on Jan 05, 2007

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