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gabriel bernal Posted on Apr 26, 2007
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No sound there is no sound coming from the right surrond speakeron the receiver. whatcan i do to fix problem ???????

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Hi gballer you will need to call in a tech to look on your set probably your right audio output is faulty.switch the speakers to see that they are not the problem before you call in the tech.good luck.

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