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Robert Ford Posted on Apr 24, 2007
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Right speaker out in all modes

Right front speaker not working, not a speaker problem because I tried to changing speakers around..... in test mode, speaker does not "sound out", is this an internal problem within the unit? or can I navigate through with the remote to solve the problem?

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Your sound system has a faulty audio circuit have a tech repair your set.good luck

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