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Lost right channel of CD

Looking for possible solution to dead right channel on CD.Not sure when it died - worked years ago, then used my DVD to play CD's. Schematics would be helpful

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This service manual is available here http://www.manualscenter.com/onkyo-c-74.html?page=14&sort=2a. The cost is 10 bucks or 15 bucks, depending on if there is an X at the end of this model number or not.You will need to check the final output stage for an open circuit, possibly a shorted output device or a drive IC or transistor. First open this unit and make sure there are no open channel output fuses. Some models have these. Not sure about this model. Good Luck

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