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Sony STR DE485 (Audio Video Reciever)

My right audio channel is not outputting any sound. It is not the speaker or cable. Does anyone know what the problem could be and possible ways of repairing it, including easy dismantling instructions. Cheers, Fabrics

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  • Anonymous May 07, 2007

    I will check it out. Would this resistor be on the main board or the power supply board?

    I was thinking that it would be a switch stuck in the relay which switches the front speakers on. In my experience, relays are usually the first thing to go with hardware. But it is hard to test this without removing the relay.

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    I have a s-video connection for the monitor output on my str de 935 and a hmdi connection on my tv,do they make a cable for this?

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Your problem must be caused by the right channel (rear, front whatever..)side feeding resistor on the power supply.

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