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Sony STR-DE525 Left Rear channel not working

I can't get any sound through the left rear channel of my STR-DE525. I get sound through all other channels, front, center and right rear. The internal fuses are all OK. All other functions work. Do you think replacing the small logic board for the rear and center speakers will solve the problem? Thanks for your help

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Most likely the amp for that channel is defective. If memory serves me correctly, there is a small amp chip mounted on the heatsink that is for both the left and right rear. I would change that first. It should have about 5-7 pins.

Dan

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

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